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					                        JOINT LEGISLATIVE BUDGET COMMITTEE

                                 Committee References as of 8/16/11


Coliseum
1.     Receive monthly financial report and minutes of all regular and special meetings from the
       Arizona Exposition and State Fair Board. (A.R.S. § 3-1001D as amended by Laws 1997, Chapter
       18 Section 1)

Lottery
*2.     Approve acquisition of administrative office facilities and related facilities and equipment for the
        use of the Lottery Commission by lease, purchase or lease-purchase. (A.R.S. § 5-509A3 as
        amended by Laws 2011, Chapter 83, Section 2) Becomes A.R.S. § 5-559A as of July 1, 2012 as
        added by Laws 2010, 6th Special Session, Chapter 2, Section 2 and further amended by Laws
        2011, Chapter 83, Section 4. [Laws 2011, Chapter 83, Section 46 states that sections 5-557 and
        5-559 as amended by this act, are effective from and after June 30, 2012.]

Tourism & Sports Authority
3.     Within 3 weeks after the end of each calendar month, receive progress report of the activities of
       the Tourism and Sports Authority (TSA) during the previous month from the Director of the
       Tourism and Sports Authority. (A.R.S. § 5-814A as added by Laws 2002, Chapter 288, Section
       7) Emergency

4.      At the request of the JLBC Chairman, the Director of the Tourism and Sports Authority (TSA)
        shall appear before the JLBC annually to report on the activities and financial performance of the
        Tourism and Sports Authority during the previous year. (A.R.S. § 5-814B as added by Laws
        2002, Chapter 288, Section 7) Emergency

5.      Within 6 weeks after the end of each calendar quarter the [Pima County] Sports Authority shall
        prepare and transmit a report on the activities of the Sports Authority during the previous quarter.
         At the request of the Chairperson of the JLBC, the Executive Director of the Sports Authority
        shall appear before the JLBC to report on the activities and financial performance of the Sports
        Authority during the previous year. (A.R.S. § 5-1112 as added by Laws 2009, Chapter 122,
        Section1) [Section 2 A Sports Authority District established pursuant to Title 5, Chapter 9,
        Arizona Revised Statutes, as added by this act, succeeds to the responsibilities of any pre-existing
        sports authority established by the Board of Supervisors in the county, and all existing contracts,
        agreements and other legally binding obligations of the pre-existing authority are transferred to
        and retain their same status with the Sports Authority District. Section 3 is repealed by Laws
        2010, Chapter 117, Section 25.

Department of Economic Security
6.     The Department of Economic Security shall issue a financial and program accountability report
       for Child Protective Services to the Governor and the chairpersons of the House of
       Representatives Appropriations and Human Services Committees and the Senate Appropriations
       and Family Services Committees, or their successor committees, on or before February 1 and
       August 1 of each year. (A.R.S. § 8-818C as added by Laws 2003, Chapter 6, 2nd Special Session,
       Section 22C) Emergency




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State Treasurer
7.      The State Treasurer shall notify each county of the amount to be withheld for ALTCS services by
        July 1 or within 60 days after enactment of the annual appropriation for the maintenance and
        operation of AHCCCS, whichever is later, and after consulting with the JLBC and OSPB.
        (A.R.S. § 11-292K as amended by Laws 1997, 2nd Special Session, Chapter 2, Section 1,
        amended by Laws 2001, Chapter 344, Section 10 and further amended by Laws 2007, Chapter
        237, Section 1)

8.     Beginning in FY 2006 and in each fiscal year thereafter, the State Treasurer shall withhold a total
       of $2,395,400 for the county contribution for the administrative costs of implementing section 36-
       2901.01 and 36-2901.04. Beginning in FY 2007, the State Treasurer shall adjust the amount
       withheld according to the annual changes in the GDP Price Deflator and as calculated by the
       JLBC Staff. Beginning in FY 2007, the JLBC shall calculate an additional adjustment of the
       allocation required for ALTCS Services based on changes in the population as reported by the
       Department of Economic Security. (A.R.S. § 11-292O as amended by Laws 2005, Chapter 328,
       Section 1 and amended by Laws 2007, Chapter 237, Section 1) (See same one listed in Staff
       Responsibilities)

Supreme Court
9.    Supreme Court shall report progress of the criminal case processing projects and the enforcement
      of court orders, including the collection of court ordered fees, fines, penalties, assessments,
      sanctions and forfeitures by the Supreme Court by January 8 of each year. (A.R.S. § 12-102.01D
      as added by Laws 1999, Chapter 346, Section 4)

10.    By January 8, 2001 and every year thereafter by January 8, the Supreme Court shall report to the
       Governor, the Legislature, the JLBC, each County Board of Supervisors and Arizona Criminal
       Justice Committee on the expenditures of the State Aid to the Courts Fund monies for the prior
       fiscal year and on the progress made in achieving the goal of improved criminal case processing.
       (A.R.S. § 12-102.02D as added by Laws 1999, Chapter 346, Section 5) [Effective retroactively to
       and from and after 6/30/99]

11.    The Supreme Court shall report to the JLBC all amounts provided to any county pursuant to this
       article (State Aid for Probation Services) for Adult Probation Services or Juvenile Probation
       Services. (A.R.S. § 12-262C, as amended by Laws 2006, Chapter 261, Section 3)

*12.   The JLBC shall annually calculate:
       1.     Any costs that have been avoided by reducing the percentage of people on supervised
              probation from each county whose probation is revoked and who are sentenced to a term
              of imprisonment in the State Department of Corrections (DOC). JLBC Staff shall
              calculate the cost avoidance for each county by comparing the number of people whose
              probation is revoked and who are sentenced to a term of imprisonment in the DOC to the
              estimated number of supervised probationers that would have been revoked at the
              baseline revocation percentage rate. This calculation shall be based on the fiscal year
              prior to the fiscal year in which the report is required pursuant to subsection E of this
              section. The baseline revocation percentage rate shall be the revocation percentage rate in
              FY 2008. JLBC Staff shall calculate an annual per person avoided cost by using the
              DOC cost for contracted private beds as of June 30 in the fiscal year prior to the fiscal
              year in which the report is required pursuant to subsection E of this section and the
              average length of incarceration for a person whose probation is revoked and who is
              sentenced to a term of imprisonment in the DOC.




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       2.      The percentage of people on supervised probation from each county who are convicted of
               a new felony offense compared to the percentage of probationers who would have been
               convicted of a new felony offense at the baseline probation conviction rate. This
               calculation shall be based on the fiscal year prior to the fiscal year in which the report is
               required pursuant to subsection E of this section. The baseline probation conviction rate
               shall be the conviction rate in FY 2008.

       Beginning in FY 2010, the JLBC Staff shall annually report by November 15 to the JLBC the
       results calculated pursuant to this section. (A.R.S. § 12-270A & E as added by Laws 2008,
       Chapter 298, Section 2 and repealed by Laws 2011, Chapter 33, Section 4) (See same one listed
       in Staff Responsibilities)

*13.   JLBC to receive a report on or before October 1 of each year jointly from the Administrative
       Office of the Courts and the State Department of Corrections which shall include:
       1.      The average number of people on supervised probation in each county.
       2.      The number of probationers in each county whose probation is revoked each year.
       3.      The number of probationers in each county who are convicted of new crimes each year.
       4.      The State Department of Correction’s most recent cost for contracted private beds.
       (A.R.S. § 12-270D as added by Laws 2008, Chapter 298, Section 2 and repealed by Laws 2011,
       Chapter 33, Section 4) (See same one listed in Staff Responsibilities)

Education
14.    The State Board of Education shall report on December 31 and June 30 of each year to the JLBC
       the total number of parents who applied to participate in a program under this article [Family
       Literacy Program] and the total number of parents who were not eligible under this article
       because the parent was not an eligible parent as defined in A.R.S. § 15-191(c). (A.R.S. § 15-
       191.01M as amended by Laws 2006, SCR 1031, Section 1 and added by Proposition 300)
       [Repealed from and after January 1, 2014 (Laws 1998, Chapter 295, Section 10 as amended by
       Laws 2003, Chapter 264, Section 46)]

15.    The Department of Education shall report on December 31 and June 30 of each year to the JLBC
       the total number of adults who applied for instruction and the total number of adults who were
       denied instruction under this section because the applicant was not a citizen or legal resident of
       the United States or was not otherwise lawfully present in the United States. (A.R.S. § 15-232C
       as amended by Laws 2006, SCR 1031, Section 2 and added by Proposition 300)

*16.   The Superintendent of Public Instruction shall enter into contracts with private or public entities
       to evaluate the existing Student Accountability Information System of data collection,
       compilation and reporting conducted by the Department of Education on or before August 1,
       2010. The Superintendent of Public Instruction shall provide copies of this written report
       detailing the evaluation findings to the Governor, the Speaker of the House of Representatives
       and the President of the Senate and the JLBC within 30 days of receiving the report.

       The terms of any contract pursuant to this section are subject to review by the JLBC before
       placement of any advertisement that solicits a response to a request for proposals. Any proposed
       modification or amendment to the contract is subject to prior review by the JLBC. (A.R.S. § 15-
       249C as added by Laws 2010, Chapter 334, Section 1 and repealed by Laws 2011, Chapter 29,
       Section 4)




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*17.   NEW 11: THE DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION MAY CONTRACT WITH A THIRD
       PARTY TO CARRY OUT THE PURPOSES OF THIS SECTION [EDUCATION LEARNING
       AND ACCOUNTABILITY SYSTEM]. THE TERMS OF ANY CONTRACT FOR THE
       EDUCATION LEARNING AND ACCOUNTABILITY SYSTEM ARE SUBJECT TO REVIEW
       BY THE JLBC BEFORE PLACEMENT OF ANY ADVERTISEMENT THAT SOLICITS A
       RESPONSE TO A REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS. ANY PROPOSED NOTIFICATION OR
       AMENDMENT TO THE CONTRACT IS SUBJECT TO PRIOR REVIEW BY THE JLBC.
       (A.R.S. § 15-249J as added by Laws 2011, Chapter 29, Section 5)

*18.   NEW 11: ESTABLISHES THE EDUCATION LEARNING AND ACCOUNTABILITY FUND,
       WHICH THE DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION SHALL ADMINISTER. MONIES IN THE
       FUND MAY ONLY BE USED FOR THE PURPOSES PRESCRIBED IN A.R.S. § 15-249
       [EDUCATION LEARNING AND ACCOUNTABILITY SYSTEM] AND ARE SUBJECT TO
       THE REQUIREMENTS FOR REVIEW BY THE JLBC. (A.R.S. § 15-249.02 as added by Laws
       2011, Chapter 29, Section 6)

*19.   Any initial intergovernmental agreement or other written contract and any addendums between
       the governing board of a joint technical education district and another joint technical education
       district, a school district, a charter school or a community college district is to be submitted by the
       Joint Technical Education District to the JLBC for review. (A.R.S. § 15-393L10 as amended by
       Laws 2006, Chapter 341, Section 3, amended by Laws 2010, Chapter 17, Section 6 and further
       amended by Laws 2011, Chapter 83, Section 8)

20.    Along with the Department of Education, receive notification and information required to project
       the costs of unification assistance to the new school districts for the first year of operation from
       the governing boards or the petitioners if they wish to receive unification assistance as provided
       in A.R.S. § 15-912.01. This notification shall be given by August 1 of the fiscal year before the
       new school districts would begin operation. (A.R.S. § 15-458.G2)

21.    On or before December 15, the State Board of Education shall submit an annual report
       concerning each grant recipient’s mathematics or science achievement program to the JLBC. The
       State Board of Education shall provide a copy of the report to the JLBC. The State Board shall
       include an evaluation of the effectiveness of the program and a comparison of the annual
       academic achievement of pupils in the grant recipient’s mathematics or science achievement
       program to pupils in comparable schools that are not in the mathematics or science achievement
       program. (A.R.S. § 15-720.01C as added by Laws 2007, Chapter 264, Section 6)

22.    By September 1, 2006, the Arizona English Learners Task Force shall develop and adopt research
       based models of Structured English Immersion programs for use by school districts and charter
       schools. At least 30 days before adoption, the Arizona English Learners Task Force shall submit
       the research based models of Structured English Immersion to the JLBC for review. (A.R.S. § 15-
       756.01F as added by Laws 2006, Chapter 4, Section 4)

23.    The Auditor General, in consultation with the Department of Education, shall modify the budget
       format, financial and accounting reporting forms to comply with the creation of the Arizona
       Structured English Immersion Fund and submit these updated documents to the Arizona English
       Learners Task Force and JLBC for review. (A.R.S. § 15-756.04E as added by Laws 2006,
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24.    The Office of English Language Acquisition Services in the Department of Education shall
       submit an annual report to the JLBC that includes an itemized list of all federal monies received
       by the department for English language learners, a list of how much of these monies were
       distributed to school districts on a district by district basis and the purposes for which these
       federal monies are designated. (A.R.S. § 15-756.10 as added by Laws 2006, Chapter 4, Section
       4)

25.    The Auditor General, in consultation with the Department of Education, shall modify the budget
       format, financial and accounting reporting forms to comply with the creation of the Statewide
       Compensatory Instruction Fund and submit these updated documents to the Arizona English
       Learners Task Force and JLBC for review. (A.R.S. § 15-756.11F as added by Laws 2006,
       Chapter 4, Section 4)

26.    Notwithstanding A.R.S. § 35-173C, any transfer to or from the amount appropriated for Basic
       State Aid Entitlement, Additional State Aid to Schools, the Special Education Fund or Other
       State Aid to Districts Line Items shall require review by the JLBC. (A.R.S. § 15-901.03 as
       amended by Laws 2006, Chapter 353, Section 5)

*27.   The Department of Education shall submit an annual update beginning on January 1, 2008 that
       summarizes the results of the Instructional Technology Systems Pilot Program to the JLBC. The
       annual update shall include a summary of the pilot program’s impact on the school’s budget,
       including any impact on hard and soft capital spending, expenditures delineated by administration
       and classroom spending, expenditures delineated by maintenance and operations and capital
       spending and the impact of the pilot program on accountability measures, including any academic
       gains made by pupils as a result of the pilot program. (A.R.S. § 15-901.04E as added by Laws
       2007, Chapter 264, Section 8. The Instructional Technology Systems Pilot Program is repealed
       on July 1, 2010 (A.R.S. § 15-901.04F as amended by Laws 2011, Chapter 27, Section 2)

28.    Chairmen of JLBC to receive report on or before November 1 of each year from the State Board
       of Education of the aggregate expenditures of local revenues as defined in Article IX, Section 12,
       Subsection (4), Constitution of Arizona, for all school districts for the current year. (A.R.S. § 15-
       911B)

29.    Subject to the review of the JLBC, the Superintendent of Public Instruction shall adjust state aid
       for a school district in the current year if the governing board of a school district requests the
       recalculation of state aid for a prior year due to a change in assessed valuation occurring as a
       result of a judgment. (A.R.S. § 15-915B)

30.    The Superintendent of Public Instruction shall on or before March 15 notify each school district
       of its Teacher Experience Index for the budget year. Between March 15 and April 15, a school
       district may submit corrections to data that it submitted pursuant to Subsection C and the
       Superintendent of Public Instruction shall on or before April 15 recompute the Teacher
       Experience Index for the district for the budget year using the corrected data. A school district
       that submits data corrections pursuant to this subsection shall submit a letter explaining the need
       for the corrections to the Superintendent of Public Instruction and the Chairman of the JLBC.
       (A.R.S. § 15-941D as amended by Laws 2006, Chapter 353, Section 8)

31.    Each school district shall submit on or before September 1, 2009 to the JLBC the most recent
       actuarial study of the school district’s existing other postemployment benefits offered by the
       school district and any prospective other postemployment benefits contemplated to be offered by
       the school district, including an analysis of defined contribution plans and defined benefits plans
       if appropriate and if the defined contribution or defined benefit plans are used to administer any

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       other postemployment benefit. Each time a school district conducts a new actuarial study of the
       school district’s existing or prospective other postemployment benefits, the school district shall
       submit the new study to the JLBC within 30 days of the completion of the study. (A.R.S. § 15-
       1225H)

32.    By December 1 of each year, each Community College District shall make a report for the
       preceding fiscal year to the Governor, the President of the Senate, the Speaker of the House of
       Representatives and the JLBC and shall provide a copy of the report to the Secretary of State.
       The report shall contain the following information regarding the operation of the district:

       1.      The state of progress of the Community Colleges operated under this chapter.
       2.      The courses of study included in the curriculums.
       3.      The number of professors and other instructional staff members employed.
       4.      The number of students registered and attending classes.
       5.      The number of full-time equivalent students enrolled during the year.
       6.      The total number of students not residing in the district.
       7.      The amount of receipts and expenditures.
       8.      A general description of tuition and fees charged for credit courses.
       9.      A general description of tuition and fees charged for noncredit courses.
       10.     Such other information as the Governor and the JLBC deem proper.

       In each odd numbered calendar year, the report shall also contain information regarding dual
       enrollment programs operated pursuant to A.R.S. § 15-1821.01. (Indicates what the report shall
       contain, including such other information as the Governor and the JLBC deem proper.) (A.R.S. §
       15-1427A & C as amended by Laws 2004, Chapter 336, Section 6, amended by Laws 2006,
       Chapter 352, Section 1, amended by Laws 2009, 3rd Special Session, Chapter 9, Section 1 and
       further amended by Laws 2010, Chapter 43, Section 1)

33.    If a Community College District Board in an existing district determines the need for an
       additional campus or campuses, it shall submit a request to the JLBC for review. (A.R.S. § 15-
       1463B as amended by Laws 2002, Chapter 330, Section 20)

*34.   Each Community College District OR COMMUNITY COLLEGE THAT IS OWNED,
       OPERATED OR CHARTERED BY A QUALIFYING INDIAN TRIBE ON ITS OWN INDIAN
       RESERVATION shall annually submit a report ONCE EVERY 2 YEARS of its Workforce
       Development Plan activities and the expenditures authorized in this section to the Governor,
       President of the Senate, Speaker of the House of Representatives, JLBC and the Department of
       Commerce by each December 1 OF EVERY EVEN-NUMBERED YEAR following the end of
       the fiscal year for which the expenditures have been made. Indicates what the report is to
       include. (A.R.S. § 15-1472H G as amended by Laws 2004, Chapter 336, Section 12, amended by
       Laws 2004, Chapter 88, Section 1, amended by Laws 2011, Chapter 248, Section 8, amended by
       Laws 2011, Chapter 248, Section 1 and further amended by Laws 2011, Chapter 30, Section 2).

35.    On or before October 15 of each year, the Board of Regents shall report to the JLBC the number
       of students who were enrolled at universities under the jurisdiction of the board during the
       previous fiscal year who met or exceeded the undergraduate credit hour threshold prescribed in
       this paragraph. (A.R.S. § 15-1626A5 as amended by Laws 2006, Chapter 352, Section 2)




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*36.   NEW 11: ON OR BEFORE AUGUST 1 OF EACH YEAR, THE ARIZONA BOARD OF
       REGENTS (ABOR) IS TO REPORT TO JLBC THE GRADUATION RATE BY UNIVERSITY
       CAMPUS DURING THE PREVIOUS FISCAL YEAR. ABOR SHALL ALSO REPORT THE
       RETENTION RATE BY UNIVERSITY CAMPUS AND BY CLASS, AS DETERMINED BY
       DATE OF ENTRY DURING THE PREVIOUS FISCAL YEAR. (A.R.S. § 15-1626A21 as
       amended by Laws 2011, Chapter 30, Section 3)

37.    In conjunction with the Auditor General, the Board of Regents shall develop a uniform
       accounting and reporting system, which shall be reviewed by the JLBC before final adoption by
       the Board of Regents. The Board of Regents shall require each university to comply with the
       uniform accounting and reporting system. (A.R.S. § 15-1626C as amended by Laws 2009, 3rd
       Special Session, Chapter 9, Section 7)

38.    Receive a financial aid report with information from the 2 prior fiscal years on or before
       December 1 of each year from the Arizona Board of Regents. The report shall provide
       information for each institution under the jurisdiction of the board, a comparison to peer
       institutions, and summary information for the entire university system. (Indicates further what
       the report shall include.) The Arizona Board of Regents and the JLBC Staff shall jointly
       determine the methodology and format of the financial aid report. (A.R.S. § 15-1650A-D) (See
       same one listed in Staff Responsibilities)

39.    Beginning in FY 2006, each university shall submit to the Auditor General a summary of its full-
       time equivalent student enrollment accounting policies and procedures, compilation procedures
       and source records used for calculating full-time equivalent student enrollment. These
       accounting policies and procedures, compilation procedures and source records shall comply with
       policies developed on or before June 30, 2006 by the Arizona Board of Regents, in consultation
       with the Auditor General and reviewed by the JLBC. (A.R.S. § 15-1661B)

40.    On or before October 1 of each year, each University shall report to the JLBC the total amount of
       income the University received in the preceding fiscal year from each category of income that is
       subject to deposit pursuant to subsection D of this section (University Research Infrastructure
       Facilities). (A.R.S. § 15-1670F as added by Laws 2003, Chapter 267, Section 1)

*41.   On or before December 1 of each year, the Postsecondary Education Commission shall submit an
       approved report to the Governor, Speaker of the House of Representatives, President of the
       Senate and JLBC. The report shall include the number of applicants, the number of loan
       recipients, the qualifying postsecondary institution each loan recipient attends, the name of the
       school at which each loan recipient is employed, the number of good cause repayment exceptions
       granted by the commission, the reason for each good cause exception granted and teacher
       retention data. The commission shall collect and maintain data on the retention of mathematics,
       science and special education teachers who received loans pursuant to this article. The
       commission shall collect this data for at least 5 years after each loan recipient completes the
       recipient’s service commitment. (A.R.S. § 15-1782G as added by Laws 2007, Chapter 265,
       Section 7 and amended by Laws 2010, Chapter 332, Section 21 (which got repealed in Laws
       2011, Chapter 238, Section 26), Laws 2010, Chapter 257, Section 1 and Laws 2011, Chapter 238,
       Section 25) [Apply retroactively to from and after June 30, 2011]




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42.    Each Community College and University shall report on December 31 and June 30 of each year
       to the JLBC the total number of students who were entitled to classification as an in-state student
       and the total number of students who were not entitled to classification as an in-state student
       under this section because the student was not a citizen or legal resident of the United States or is
       without lawful immigration status. (A.R.S. § 15-1803C as amended by Laws 2006, SCR 1031,
       Section 3 and added by Proposition 300)

*43.   On or before August 1 of each year, JLBC is to notify each Community College District to report
       on or before October 1 of each year a specified percentage of its initial intergovernmental
       agreements or contracts executed with school district governing boards or charter schools.
       [pertaining to Dual Enrollment] (A.R.S. § 15-1821.01 paragraph 1 as amended by Laws 2007,
       Chapter 229, Section 3, amended by Laws 2009, 3rd Special Session, Chapter 9, Section 10 and
       further amended by Laws 2011, Chapter 83, Section 10)

44.    Dual Enrollment students shall be admitted to the Community College under the policies adopted
       by each district. A Community College may waive the class status requirements. All exceptions
       and the justification for the exceptions shall be reported annually to the JLBC on or before
       October 1. (A.R.S. § 15-1821.01 paragraph 2 as amended by Laws 2009, 3rd Special Session,
       Chapter 9, Section 10)

45.    Each Community College District shall conduct tracking studies of subsequent academic or
       occupational achievement of students enrolled in courses offered pursuant to this section [Dual
       Enrollment]. The reports of the results of the tracking studies shall be submitted to the JLBC on
       or before October 1 of each odd-numbered year, subject to the following:
       (A)     The tracking studies prescribed in this paragraph may involve statistically valid sampling
               techniques and shall include, at a minimum, the high school graduation rate, the number
               of students continuing their studies after graduation at a community college in this state
               or a university under the jurisdiction of the Arizona Board of Regents, the performance of
               the studies in subsequent college courses in the same discipline or occupational field and
               the student’s grade point average (GPA) after 1 year at an Arizona community college or
               university as compared to the student’s college GPA for courses completed while still in
               high school.
       (B)     On receipt of the report of the tracking studies, the JLBC may convene an ad hoc
               committee that includes community college academic officers, faculty and other experts
               in the field to review the manner in which these courses are provided. This committee
               may make recommendations to the JLBC regarding desirable changes in this section or in
               the manner in which this section is being implemented. (A.R.S. § 15-1821.01 paragraph 6
               as added by Laws 2003, Chapter 253, Section 34, amended by Laws 2007, Chapter 229,
               Section 3 and further amended by Laws 2009, 3rd Special Session, Chapter 9, Section 10)

46.    The Arizona Board of Regents and the Community College Districts shall submit an annual
       report of their progress on both transfer articulation and meeting statewide postsecondary
       education needs to the JLBC on or before December 15 and shall provide a copy of this report to
       the Secretary of State. (A.R.S. § 15-1824C as added by Laws 2002, Chapter 330, Section 32,
       amended by Laws 2003, Chapter 253, Section 37, amended by Laws 2004, Chapter 336, Section
       18 and further amended by Laws 2010, Chapter 242, Section 1)




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47.    Each Community College and University shall report on December 31 and June 30 of each year
       to the JLBC the total number of students who applied and the total number of students who were
       not entitled to tuition waivers, fee waivers, grants, scholarship assistance, financial aid, tuition
       assistance or any other type of financial assistance that is subsidized or paid in whole or in part
       with state monies under this section because the student was not a citizen or legal resident of the
       United States or not lawfully present in the United States. (A.R.S. § 15-1825 as added by Laws
       2006, SCR 1031, Section 4 and added by Proposition 300)

*48.   Receive quarterly report from the Postsecondary Education Commission on fund deposits and
       expenditures. (A.R.S. § 15-1853F as amended by Laws 2011, Chapter 83, Section 11)

49.    Receive an annual report from the Postsecondary Education Commission that includes a detailed
       description of the amount of monies distributed under the Postsecondary Education Grant
       Program during the previous fiscal year and that includes the total number of qualified applicants
       for grants, the total number of grants awarded, the qualifying schools attended by grant recipients
       and the total number of qualified applicants who were placed on the waiting list. (A.R.S. § 15-
       1855I)

50.    Identify or develop as necessary but not less than once each year an index for cost per square
       foot, which would be adjusted annually for construction market considerations. A.R.S. § 15-
       2041D3(c) as added by Laws 1998, 5th Special Session, Chapter 1, Section 39 and amended by
       Laws 1999, Chapter 299, Section 37)

Game & Fish
51.   Approve the acquisition and financing of Game and Fish facilities. (A.R.S. § 17-246B)

52.    Approve the issuance of bonds for game and fish facilities purposes. (A.R.S. § 17-283A) [17-295
       added-JCCR shall determine the aggregate amount of bonds that may be issued, but shall not
       exceed $7,500,000.]

53.    Approve the issuance of additional bonds for the Game and Fish Commission after the original
       issuance of bonds. (A.R.S. § 17-291)

*54.   The Supreme Court shall annually report to the JLBC on the amount of monies collected and
       disbursed from the Arizona Lengthy Trial Fund and the number of jurors who received monies
       from this fund. Beginning July 1, 2011, the report shall be submitted electronically. The
       reporting requirements are suspended for FY 2010, FY 2011 and FY 2012. (A.R.S. § 21-
       222F as added by Laws 2003, Chapter 200, Section 3, amended by Laws 2004, Chapter 153,
       Section 2, amended by Laws 2009, 3rd Special Session, Chapter 6, Section 9 and 24, amended by
       Laws 2010, 7th Special Session, Chapter 6, Section 28, amended by Laws 2011, Chapter 33,
       Section 24 and further amended by Laws 2011, Chapter 83, Section 13) [Effective from and after
       December 31, 2003 and repealed on July 1, 2014 (Laws 2003, Chapter 200, Section 13)]

*55.   If the Department of Economic Security denies a reconsidered determination of claims for
       unemployment benefits, based on an alleged failure of the interested party to make a timely
       response but the interested party subsequently proves that the response was timely filed and
       received by the department, the department shall report that result to the JLBC. (A.R.S. § 23-
       773D as amended by Laws 2004, Chapter 251, Section 9 and further amended by Laws 2011,
       Chapter 83, Section 14)




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State Compensation Fund
56.     Review and approve operating and capital outlay budget of the State Compensation Fund for the
        2 ensuing calendar years, with each year separately delineated on or before October 1 of each
        even-numbered year. (A.R.S. § 23-981E as amended by Laws 1997, Chapter 210, Section 3)
        [Effective from and after 2/28/98]

*57.    Receive annual report by August 31 from the Adjutant General describing the activity in the
        Camp Navajo Fund during the previous fiscal year. (A.R.S. § 26-152F as amended by Laws
        2011, Chapter 245, Section 2) [Effective from and after 6/30/99]

58.     Receive annual report from the Mine Inspector on or before December 1 concerning the
        expenditure of monies from the Abandoned Mines Safety Fund and contributions to the fund
        during the preceding fiscal year. Report is to itemize each expense paid from the fund and
        describe the actions taken to ensure public safety. (A.R.S. § 27-131D)

59.     Review, before its execution, the intergovernmental agreement submitted by the Department of
        Transportation with a county with a population of more than 2 million persons for the design,
        reconstruction and improvements costs of a county highway approaching and traversing a bridge
        constructed pursuant to subsection C of this section. (A.R.S. § 28-401D6 as amended by Laws
        2004, Chapter 182, Section 1) [Conditional Enactment: This act does not become effective
        unless a sports facility, as defined in A.R.S. § 42-5032, is selected as the site of an additional
        major national sporting event by December 31, 2004. On or before December 31, 2004, the
        Director of the Department of Revenue shall notify the Director of the Legislative Council
        whether this condition occurred.]

*60.    After receiving a request from an organization to allow for a combination of the special
        organization license plate with personalized special plates, the Department of Transportation shall
        provide to the JLBC a detailed written statement of the implementation costs of the combination.
         (A.R.S. § 28-2404C as amended by Laws 2009, Chapter 37, Section 4 and further amended by
        Laws 2011, Chapter 83, Section 17)

61.     The public power entity shall reduce bundled service prices for electric retail customers who are
        unable to choose competitive electric generation by at least 10% over a maximum of a 10-year
        period. Each public power entity shall report its beginning effective date for the 10-year period
        and the proposed apportionment among its customer classes to JLBC by 12/31/00. (A.R.S. § 30-
        805G as amended by Laws 2000, Chapter 53, Section 13) Emergency

*62.    Any increase in Arizona’s assessment shall be approved by the State Council for Interstate Adult
        Supervision. The State Council for Interstate Adult Offender Supervision shall notify the JLBC
        of any increase in the assessment costs. (A.R.S. § 31-467 as amended by Laws 2008, Chapter
        251, Section 2 and further amended by Laws 2011, Chapter 83, Section 21)

General Public Finance - Title 35
63.    The responsible official for each budget unit shall monitor monthly reports prepared by the
       Arizona Department of Administration which show the fiscal activity and condition of their
       appropriation or fund source to identify any projected deficiencies. Notification of any projected
       deficiencies shall be made to the Chairman of the JLBC. [The initial notification of the
       deficiency shall be followed within 10 business days by a report from the responsible budget unit
       official that includes the following:
       1.       A complete explanation of the causes of the deficiency.



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       2.      A plan that assures that the deficiency will be resolved within the fiscal year without
               supplemental appropriation and that includes the policy and programmatic implications
               of the deficiency and the plan.
       3.      A commitment to provide a progress report if the projected degree of deficiency changes
               substantially. The report shall include additional measures necessary to assure resolution
               of the deficiency within the fiscal year.] (A.R.S. § 35-131D as amended by Laws 2003,
               Chapter 263, Section 32)

64.    Receive report from the Director of the Department of Administration (ADOA) and the State
       Treasurer on or before February 1 of each year, explaining any differences between ADOA’s
       estimate of the previous fiscal year’s state General Fund ending balance submitted pursuant to
       subsection E of this section and the State Treasurer’s estimate of the invested balance including
       the General Fund share of that balance as of June 30 of the previous fiscal year submitted
       pursuant to A.R.S. § 41-172. (A.R.S. § 35-131F as amended by Laws 2006, Chapter 130, Section
       1)

*65.   On or before March 1, the Department of Administration shall report to the JLBC, interest
       payment charges to agencies where an interest liability is incurred due to a state agency varying
       from the established policies and procedures for drawing federal monies. (A.R.S. § 35-142H as
       amended by Laws 2011, Chapter 83, Section 22)

*66.   When the percentage of electronic transactions first exceeds at least 30% of a state agency’s total
       transactions, the agency shall perform a cost benefit report, including costs of convenience fees,
       the amount of revenue generated and any realized cost savings. The agency shall submit the
       report to JLBC within 6 months after reaching the 30% threshold. (A.R.S. § 35-142O as amended
       by Laws 2004, Chapter 160, Section 2 and further amended by Laws 2011, Chapter 83, Section
       22)

*67.   State agencies shall report annually by October 1 the number of transactions, the number of
       electronic transactions, the total dollar amount of transactions processed, the total dollar amount
       of any discount fee, the total dollar amount of any processing fee and the total dollar amount of
       any convenience fee charged, deducted or paid related to credit card transactions to the Governor,
       GITA DEPARTMENT OF ADMINISTRATION and JLBC. (A.R.S. § 35-142P as amended by
       Laws 2001, Chapter 354, Section 2, Laws 2004, Chapter 160, Section 2, Laws 2005, Chapter
       299, Section 1 and Laws 2011, Chapter 27, Section 15) Applies retroactively to from and after
       June 30, 2011

68.    The Director of the budget unit shall notify the JLBC, OSPB and the State Comptroller in writing
       if the former determines that a reimbursement, in whole or in part from federal monies or any
       other source shall be credited to the account out of which the expenditure was incurred (rather
       than to the General Fund or the fund from which the appropriation was originally made).
       Reimbursement to the account can only be made if it is necessary for operation of the budget unit
       and was not specifically considered and rejected by the Legislature at the time of appropriating
       monies to the budget unit. (A.R.S. § 35-142.01 as amended by Laws 1999, Chapter 300, Section
       4)

69.    Receive annual report from the Economic Estimates Commission with regard to the Budget
       Stabilization Fund. (A.R.S. § 35-144F)

70.    The Attorney General’s office shall annually notify the State Comptroller of all uncollectible
       debts owed to this state. After receiving this notice and review by the JLBC, the State


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        Comptroller may remove the total receivable or any portion of the receivable from the state
        accounting system. (A.R.S. § 35-150E as added by Laws 1999, Chapter 300, Section 5)

71.     Recommend on agency requests for transfers to or from personal services or employee related
        expenditures or to any other budget program or expenditure class. (A.R.S. § 35-173E as amended
        by Laws 1996, Chapter 256, Section 3)

72.     Approve transfer of spending authority requested by the Department of Administration except as
        provided in Subsection E. (A.R.S. § 35-173F as amended by Laws 1996, Chapter 256, Section 3)

*73.    Approve budget unit revolving funds of more than $50,000 submitted by the Department of
        Administration. (A.R.S. § 35-193C as amended by Laws 2011, Chapter 83, Section 23)

Health
74.    Before spending monies from the Serious Mental Illness Services Fund, the Department of Health
       Services is to submit an expenditure plan, including performance evaluation standards for review.
       (A.R.S. § 36-503.02E as added by Laws 2000, 5th Special Session, Chapter 2)

75.     Periodically review the Public Health Fund administered by the Department of Health Services
        having to do with the treatment, prevention or control of tuberculosis. (A.R.S. § 36-712.3) Note:
        The Public Health Fund is currently inactive.

76.     Each Graduate Medical Education Program that receives funding pursuant to subdivision (b) or
        (c) of this paragraph shall identify and report to the Administration (AHCCCS) the number of
        new residency positions created by the funding provided in this paragraph, including positions in
        rural areas. The program shall also report information related to the number of funded residency
        positions that resulted in physicians locating their practice in this state. The Administration
        (AHCCCS) shall report to the JLBC by February 1 of each year on the number of new residency
        positions as reported by the Graduate Medical Education Programs. (A.R.S. § 36-2903.01H9(e)
        as amended by Laws 2006, Chapter 331, Section 8 and further amended by Laws 2007, Chapter
        263, Section 9) [Applies retroactively to from and after June 30, 2007]

*77.    On or before June 15 and November 15 SEPTEMBER 30 of each year, the AHCCCS Director
        shall submit a report to the JLBC regarding the number and type of businesses participating in
        Healthcare Group and that includes updated information on healthcare group marketing activities.
         The Director shall, within 30 days of implementation, notify the JLBC of any changes in
        Healthcare Group benefits or cost sharing arrangements. (A.R.S. § 36-2912Z as amended by
        Laws 2004, Chapter 332, Section 4 and further amended by Laws 2011, Chapter 83, Section 25)

*78.    The AHCCCS Administration shall submit the following to the JLBC:
        1.      Quarterly ON OR BEFORE SEPTEMBER 30 OF EACH YEAR A reports regarding the
                financial condition of the Healthcare Group Program. The reports REPORT shall include
                the number of persons and employer groups enrolled in the program and medical loss
                information and projections.
        2.      An annual financial audit.
        3.      The analysis that is used to determine premiums pursuant to subsection O of this section.
        (A.R.S. § 36-2912AA as amended by Laws 2008, Chapter 288, Section 4 and further amended by
        Laws 2011, Chapter 83, Section 25)




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79.    If the AHCCCS Administration determines that the amount the Legislature appropriated for the
       fiscal year for services provided to persons who are determined to be eligible for services
       pursuant to Section 36-2901 Paragraph 6, Subdivision (a) is insufficient to pay for unanticipated
       increases in the cost of providing those services, the Administration shall provide written notice
       of the deficiency to the Chairperson of the JLBC. On receiving notice, the Chairperson of the
       JLBC shall call a public committee meeting to review the evidence of the deficiency presented by
       AHCCCS Administration. (A.R.S. § 36-2922D&E as amended by Laws 1996, Chapter 368,
       Section 3; Laws 1998, Chapter 1, Section 109 and further amended by Laws 2001, Chapter 344,
       Section 69)

80.    AHCCCS shall report annually by January 1 on the status of any agreement with another state to
       the Chairmen of the House and Senate Appropriations Committees. The report shall include the
       status report of the specific projects that are subject to the agreement, the financial status of the
       project and a description of any personnel initiatives that the administration has initiated with
       monies received from the agreement with another state. (A.R.S. § 36-2925H)

81.    The Department of Economic Security (DES) shall contract with an independent consulting firm
       for an annual study of the adequacy and appropriateness of Title 19 reimbursement rates. The
       consultant shall also include a recommendation for annual inflationary costs. Unless modified in
       response to federal or state law, the independent consulting firm shall include, in its
       recommendation, costs arising from amendments to existing contracts. AHCCCS shall contract
       with an independent consulting firm for an annual study of the adequacy and appropriateness of
       Title 19 reimbursement rates to service providers for the elderly and physically disabled program
       of ALTCS. A complete study of reimbursement rates shall be completed no less than once very 5
       years. In determining the adequacy of the rates in the 5-year study, the consulting firm shall
       examine in detail the costs associated with the delivery of services, including programmatic,
       administrative and indirect costs in providing services in rural and urban Arizona. DES and
       AHCCCS shall provide each of these reports to JLBC and the Administration (AHCCCS) by
       October 1 of each year. DES shall include the results of the study in its yearly capitation rate
       request to AHCCCS. If the results of the study are not completely incorporated into the
       capitation rate, AHCCCS shall provide a report to JLBC within 30 days of setting the final
       capitation rate including reasons for differences between the rate and the study. (A.R.S. § 36-
       2959A-F as added by Laws 2001, Chapter 385, Section 8, amended by Laws 2005, Chapter 321,
       Section 3, amended by Laws 2006, Chapter 331, Section 11 and further amended by Laws 2008,
       Chapter 190, Section 2)

82.    The Department of Health Services (DHS) shall contract with an independent consulting firm for
       an annual study of the adequacy and appropriateness of Title 19 reimbursement rates to service
       providers of behavioral health services. (A.R.S. § 36-3403E as amended by Laws 2006, Chapter
       331, Section 12) Same reporting conditions as DES/AHCCCS actuarial study. See A.R.S. § 36-
       2959A through F.

*83.   Approve contracts for and on behalf of the state with the U.S. or a multi-county water
       conservation district, for the purchase and delivery of water from the Central Arizona Project
       submitted by the State Land Department. (A.R.S. § 37-106.01A as amended by Laws 2011,
       Chapter 83, Section 26)




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84.    The Land Commissioner shall prescribe by rule application, permit, transaction, appraisal,
       service, filing and document fees for transactions related to the selling, leasing, annexation,
       conveyance, exchange, right-of-way and use of state lands or products of state lands managed by
       the State Land Department. Before adopting any rule setting or changing a fee under this section,
       the Land Commissioner must submit the proposed fee amount to the JLBC for review. (A.R.S. §
       37-107A as added by Laws 2010, Chapter 243, Section 3) [Retroactively to from and after June
       30, 2010]

85.    Receive a copy of the assessment of constitutional taking implications before the state agency
       implements a governmental action that has constitutional taking implications. (A.R.S. § 37-
       223E)

86.    The State Land Commissioner shall determine the percentage of trust land proceeds to be
       deposited in the Trust Land Management Fund each fiscal year. The percentage shall be the same
       for all beneficiaries. The Commissioner shall notify the JLBC and OSPB of the determination on
       or before September 1 of the preceding fiscal year. (A.R.S. § 37-527B) [Effective retroactively to
       from and after June 30, 2009]

*87.   Receive report from the State Forester no later than December 31 of each year detailing the
       specific uses of all monies authorized to be expended from the Fire Suppression Revolving Fund
       and any additional monies authorized by the Governor to prepare for periods of extreme fire
       danger and pre-position equipment and other fire suppression resources to provide for enhanced
       initial attack on wildland fires. (A.R.S. § 37-623.02F as amended by Laws 2008, Chapter 129,
       Section 1, amended by Laws 2009, Chapter 26, Section 1 and further amended by Laws 2011,
       Chapter 83, Section 27)

88.    The State Forester shall prepare an annual report on the Community Protection Initiative
       Program, including budgeted expenditures and outstanding grants from the fund and progress in
       completing projects funded by the grants. The State Forester shall provide copies of the annual
       report to the JLBC. (A.R.S. § 37-643C as added by Laws 2007, Chapter 262, Section 1)

89.    Receive annual salary recommendation from the Department of Administration of employees or
       officers who are exempt from the state personnel system. (A.R.S. § 38-611A)

90.    Review pro rata share of the overall cost of the accumulated sick leave payments established by
       the Department of Administration Director. They shall not exceed 0.40% in FY 2000 and .55%
       in FY 2001 and each fiscal year thereafter. (A.R.S. § 38-616C as amended by Laws 1999,
       Chapter 300, Section 10)

Travel/Reimbursement Rates
91.    Approve rates of reimbursement for state travel by motor vehicle and by airplane as
        recommended by the Department of Administration. (A.R.S. § 38-623D as amended by Laws
        1998, Chapter 292, Section 5)

92.    Approve maximum amounts for reimbursement for lodging and meal and incidental expenses or
       long term subsistence submitted by the Director of the Department of Administration. (A.R.S. §
       38-624C as amended by Laws 1998, Chapter 292, Section 6 and Laws 2001, Chapter 93, Section
       3)

93.    The requirements of subsection A, dealing with out-of-state travel requirements, shall not apply
       to the JLBC members or JLBC employees when traveling on official business. (A.R.S. § 38-
       626C)


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94.     On recommendation of the Department of Administration and the review of JLBC, the
        Department of Administration may self-insure regarding health coverage continued in force by
        surviving spouses and health and accident coverage for dependents of full-time officers and
        employees of the state. (A.R.S. § 38-651A & B as amended by Laws 2002, Chapter 328, Section
        11 and Laws 2003, Chapter 2, Section 1) [Effective from and after 7/31/99] Emergency

*95.    The Department of Administration shall submit a report to the JLBC detailing any changes to the
        type of benefits offered under the state employee health insurance plan and associated costs at
        least 45 days before making the change. The report shall include:
        1.       An estimate of the cost or saving associated with the change.
        2.       An explanation of why the change was implemented before the next plan year.
        (A.R.S. § 38-654IH as amended by Laws 2007, Chapter 263, Section 16 and amended by Laws
        2011, Chapter 31, Section 16)

96.     Review in Executive Session the planned contribution strategy for each health plan, including
        indemnity insurance, hospitalization and medical service plans, dental plans and HMO submitted
        by ADOA Director 10 days before the contract (March 2000). (A.R.S. § 38-658A)

*97.    ON OR BEFORE OCTOBER 1 OF EACH YEAR, ADOA Director to report at least semi-
        annually on performance standards for health plans, including indemnity health insurance,
        hospitalization and medical service plans, dental plans and HMOs (March 2000). (A.R.S. § 38-
        658B as amended by Laws 2011, Chapter 83, Section 28)

*98.    NEW 11: FROM AND AFTER DECEMBER 31, 2015, THE LEGISLATURE MAY ENACT
        PERMANENT ONE-TIME INCREASES IN RETIREMENT BENEFITS FOR ELIGIBLE
        RETIREES AND SURVIVORS OF THE PLAN [ELECTED OFFICIALS RETIREMENT
        PLAN] AFTER AN ANALYSIS OF THE EFFECT OF THE INCREASE OF THE PLAN BY
        THE JLBC. THE JLBC SHALL ANALYZE THE EFFECT OF THE PERMANENT BENEFIT
        INCREASE CONSIDERING THE FUNDED STATUS OF THE PLAN, THE LENGTH OF
        TIME SINCE THE LAST BENEFIT INCREASE, THE INCREASE IN THE COST OF LIVING
        SINCE THE LAST INCREASE, THE CURRENT ECONOMIC CONDITION OF THIS
        STATE, RECENT INVESTMENT PERFORMANCE OF THE PLAN, THE OVERALL VIEW
        OF THE ECONOMY AND MARKET AND THE TOTAL COST OF THE BENEFIT
        INCREASE TO THE PLAN. (A.R.S. § 38-818.02 as added by Laws 2011, Chapter 357, Section
        22)

*99.    NEW 11: ON OR BEFORE DECEMBER 31 OF EACH YEAR, THE BOARD OF TRUSTEES
        [PSPRS] SHALL PROVIDE TO THE LEGISLATURE AND JLBC AND POST ON ITS
        WEBSITE THE SHARED COST STRUCTURE OF EMPLOYEES AND EMPLOYERS, THE
        FUNDING STATUS AND THE RATE OF RETURN. THE REPORT TO THE
        LEGISLATURE SHALL INCLUDE WHEN THE TRIGGER TO THE REDUCTION IN THE
        EMPLOYEE RATES IS BEING MET. (A.R.S. § 38-848.02 as added by Laws 2011, Chapter
        357, Section 63) Note Legislative Council gave this session law a statute.

*100.   NEW 11: FROM AND AFTER DECEMBER 31, 2015, THE LEGISLATURE MAY ENACT
        PERMANENT ONE-TIME INCREASES IN RETIREMENT BENEFITS FOR ELIGIBLE
        RETIREES AND SURVIVORS OF THE SYSTEM [PUBLIC SAFETY PERSONNEL
        RETIREMENT SYSTEM] AFTER AN ANALYSIS OF THE EFFECT OF THE INCREASE ON
        THE SYSTEM BY THE JLBC. THE JLBC SHALL ANALYZE THE EFFECT OF THE
        PERMANENT BENEFIT INCREASE CONSIDERING THE FUNDED STATUS OF THE
        SYSTEM, THE LENGTH OF TIME SINCE THE LAST BENEFIT INCREASE, THE
        INCREASE IN THE COST OF LIVING SINCE THE LAST INCREASE, THE CURRENT
        ECONOMIC CONDITION OF THIS STATE, RECENT INVESTMENT PERFORMANCE OF
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        THE SYSTEM, THE OVERALL VIEW OF THE ECONOMY AND MARKET AND THE
        TOTAL COST OF THE BENEFIT INCREASE TO THE SYSTEM. (A.R.S. § 38-856.03 as
        added by Laws 2011, Chapter 357, Section 38)

*101.   NEW 11: FROM AND AFTER DECEMBER 31, 2015, THE LEGISLATURE MAY ENACT
        PERMANENT ONE-TIME INCREASES IN RETIREMENT BENEFITS FOR ELIGIBLE
        RETIREES AND SURVIVORS OF THE PLAN [CORRECTIONS OFFICER RETIREMENT
        PLAN] AFTER AN ANALYSIS OF THE EFFECT OF THE INCREASE ON THE PLAN BY
        THE JLBC. THE JLBC SHALL ANALYZE THE EFFECT OF THE PERMANENT BENEFIT
        INCREASE CONSIDERING THE FUNDED STATUS OF THE PLAN, THE LENGTH OF
        TIME SINCE THE LAST BENEFIT INCREASE, THE INCREASE IN THE COST OF LIVING
        SINCE THE LAST INCREASE, THE CURRENT ECONOMIC CONDITION OF THIS
        STATE, RECENT INVESTMENT PERFORMANCE OF THE PLAN, THE OVERALL VIEW
        OF THE ECONOMY AND MARKET AND THE TOTAL COST OF THE BENEFIT
        INCREASE TO THE PLAN. (A.R.S. § 38-905.03 as added by Laws 2011, Chapter 357, Section
        48)

102.    May grant an exemption for the Corporation Commission if the Commission is unable to employ
        Utilities Division professional staff under the provisions of A.R.S. § 38-611. (A.R.S. § 40-108B)

Public Finances - Title 41
103.    Review any expenditure of funds or other resources for intergovernmental agreements with the
        federal government to operate federal parks in case of government shutdown due to a lack of
        federal appropriation and as deemed necessary to promote tourism, this state’s economic well-
        being, or the health, safety or welfare of the state’s citizens. (A.R.S. § 41-101A11)

*104.   Establishes the Election Systems Improvement Fund in the Secretary of State’s office. Receive a
        summary of the total expenditure plan for the fund ON OR BEFORE DECEMBER 31 OF EACH
        YEAR within 30 days after any expenditure of monies from the fund. (A.R.S. § 41-129C as
        added by Laws 2003, Chapter 95, Section 1, amended by Laws 2003, Chapter 260, Section 20
        and further amended by Laws 2011, Chapter 83, Section 29) Emergency

105     The State Treasurer, in coordination with the Director of the Department of Administration
        (ADOA), is to submit a report on or before February 1 of each year, explaining any differences
        between ADOA’s estimate of the previous fiscal year’s state General Fund ending balance
        submitted pursuant to A.R.S. § 35-131 and the State Treasurer’s estimate of the invested balance
        including the General Fund share of that balance as of June 30 of the previous fiscal year
        submitted pursuant to paragraph 8. (A.R.S. § 41-172A9 as amended by Laws 2006, Chapter 130,
        Section 2 and further amended by Laws 2008, Chapter 176, Section 1)

*106    Approve expenditure of monies to hire personnel, from the Colorado River Land Claims
        Revolving Fund. (A.R.S. § 41-191.05B as amended by Laws 2011, Chapter 83, Section 31)

Constitutional Defense Council
107     Receive a full and complete account of the receipts and disbursements for the Constitutional
        Defense Council Revolving Fund for the preceding month on or before the 15th day of each
        month from the Director of the Department of Administration. (A.R.S. § 41-401I)

108     The Constitutional Defense Council shall brief the JLBC in Executive Session regarding contracts
        for legal representation over the amount of $50,000. Information provided in Executive Session
        shall remain confidential until the contract award is made pursuant to this section. (A.R.S. § 41-
        401L)


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*109    Commission of Indian Affairs shall report annually to the JLBC for ON the use of monies in the
        Arizona Indian Town Hall Fund. (A.R.S. § 41-545 as added by Laws 2002, Chapter 197, Section
        2 and amended by Laws 2011, Chapter 110, Section 2 and further amended by Laws 2011,
        Chapter 83, Section 32)

Risk Management
*110. Review annually ANY CHANGES IN the deductible amounts established by the Director of the
       Department of Administration that may be imposed on the Department of Corrections of losses
       FOR EACH LOSS arising out of a professional liability claim. (A.R.S. § 41-621C as amended
       by Laws 2011, Chapter 83, Section 33)

111.    Approve types of insurance to provide for payment of claims or losses against contractors of this
        state as submitted by the Department of Administration. (A.R.S. § 41-621D)

*112.   Review annually ANY CHANGES IN the deductible amounts established by the Director of the
        Department of Administration that may be imposed on state departments, agencies, boards and
        commissions of losses FOR EACH LOSS arising out of a property, liability or workers’
        compensation loss. (A.R.S. § 41-621E as amended by Laws 2011, Chapter 83, Section 33)

113.    ADOA Risk Management to report annually on 1) the operations of the division, 2) the status of
        pending claims and lawsuits, 3) information on actual judgements and settlements, 4) status of
        claims and lawsuits reported on the prior year annual report, 5) number of claims and lawsuits
        filed since the last report, 6) number of liability cases taken to trial with information on the
        verdicts and judgment amounts, and 7) projected fund balances. (JLBC Rule 14 4A)

114.    ADOA Risk Management, with the assistance of the Attorney General, propose to the Committee
        any changes in state insurance coverage, state statutes, state liability principles or claims
        procedures which may help to limit future state liability. (JLBC Rule 14 4B)

115.    ADOA Risk Management to provide an agency loss prevention plan that results from a judgment
        against the state in an amount equal to or greater than that which requires JLBC settlement
        authority. Within 60 days after payment of the judgment, ADOA will either indicate approval of
        the plan, provide an explanation of why it is not approved, or provide an explanation as to why a
        plan is no longer applicable. (JLBC Rule 14 4C)

116.    Approve settlement of claims for liability damages by the Department of Administration which
        exceed $250,000. May establish higher settlement limits if it is in the best interest of the state.
        (A.R.S. § 41-621N, JLBC Minutes December 20, 1991 & May 16, 2000)

117.    On or before December 31 of each year, the Director of the Arizona Department of
        Administration shall submit to the JLBC a working capital surplus report associated with meeting
        the requirements for any tax-exempt deficit financing agreements entered into on or after January
        1, 2009. (A.R.S. § 41-707 as added by Laws 2010, 7th Special Session, Chapter 3, Section 4)

*118.   The Arizona Department of Administration shall submit for review by the JLBC its initial
        contractor and carrier cost rate structure by agency and fund type and shall submit a request for
        review to the JLBC for each subsequent rate structure modification [Telecommunication Systems
        Installation and Maintenance]. (A.R.S. § 41-712A as amended by Laws 2011, Chapter 83,
        Section 34) [Effective retroactively to from and after June 30, 2005]




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119.    The Arizona Department of Administration shall prepare and submit an annual consolidated
        telecommunications budget report to the JLBC in connection with its annual budget request
        showing the previous fiscal year’s actual payments and the next fiscal year’s anticipated
        payments charged and received by the primary contractor from state offices, departments and
        agencies for telecommunications services. (A.R.S. § 41-712D) [Effective retroactively to from
        and after June 30, 2005]

120.    Receive annual recommendation from the Director of Personnel, Department of Administration
        of a salary plan and adjustments to the plan for employees in the state service. (A.R.S. § 41-
        763.05)

121.    Receive report on or before November 1 of each year from the Director of the Department of
        Administration concerning the use of alternative fuels and clean burning fuels in the state motor
        vehicle fleet. (A.R.S. § 41-803R as amended by Laws 2000, Chapter 148, Section 4 and Laws
        2000, Chapter 405, Section 18) Emergency

*122.   The Arizona Historical Society's Treasurer shall submit to the JLBC a written report detailing all
        expenditures of nonappropriated funds for the Arizona Historical Society at the beginning of each
        quarter. (A.R.S. § 41-821E as amended by Laws 1997, Chapter 58, Section 21, amended by Laws
        2002, Chapter 241, Section 17 and further amended by Laws 2011, Chapter 83, Section 37)
        [Applies retroactively to August 9, 2001]

*123.   Review annually the Commission on the Art’s records regarding amounts received from private
        sources in comparison to the amount appropriated to the Arizona Arts Endowment Fund. (A.R.S.
        § 41-986F as amended by Laws 2011, Chapter 83, Section 38) [Effective from and after 6/30/97]

124.    The preparer of the Economic, Small Business and Consumer Impact Statement shall notify the
        JLBC of the number of full-time employees necessary to implement and enforce the rule
        (administrative rulemaking) before the rule is approved by the Governor’s Regulatory Review
        Council. A.R.S. § 41-1052 directs the Economic, Small Business and Consumer Impact
        Statement to be prepared by OSPB if the Legislature appropriates monies. (A.R.S. § 41-1055B3)

Fiscal Notes
125.    Implement a system of fiscal notes for bills that have a fiscal impact (A.R.S. § 41-1272A2).
        Amend or suspend Rule 13 for fiscal notes when deemed necessary. (JLBC Rules and
        Regulations - Rule 13, Paragraph 5)

126.    Implement a system of fiscal notes for any rule as defined by section 41-1001, which has a fiscal
        impact. (A.R.S. § 41-1272A3)

JLBC General Authorities
127.  May make studies, conduct inquiries and investigations and hold hearings. (A.R.S. § 41-1272B1)

128.    May establish subcommittees from the membership of the legislature and assign to each
        subcommittee any study, inquiry, investigation or hearing with the right to call witnesses. (A.R.S.
        § 41-1272B3)

129.    Appoint a Budget Analyst (Rules of the Committee designate the title as Staff Director and Chief
        Executive Officer) (A.R.S. § 41-1273A as amended by Laws 1998, Chapter 113, Section 36)
        [Applies retroactively to from and after 2/28/98]



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130.    May remove budget analyst (Staff Director) from office prior to expiration of the budget analyst’s
        term. (A.R.S. § 41-1273C as amended by Laws 1998, Chapter 113, Section 36)
131.    May accept and expend in the name of the Legislature public and private gifts and grants. (A.R.S.
        § 41-1274)

Strategic Program Area Review
132.    In consultation with the OSPB, the JLBC Staff shall recommend to the Committee by January 1
        of each odd-numbered year a list of program areas suggested for Strategic Program Area Review.
         The JLBC shall determine those program areas that are subject to Strategic Program Area
        Review from the list of program areas submitted. (A.R.S. § 41-1275A as amended by Laws 1999,
        Chapter 148, Section 2)

133.    May designate subprograms or portions of particular programs to be subject to a Strategic
        Program Area Review. A.R.S. § 41-1275A as amended by Laws 1999, Chapter 148, Section 2)

134.    The Joint Legislative Committee on Adoption Promotion shall provide recommendations to the
        Department of Economic Security and to the JLBC on ways this state may promote the adoption
        of foster children who have a case plan of adoption and to make recommendations to the
        Department of Economic Security and to the JLBC on ways to spend the annual Federal
        Temporary Assistance to Needy Families monies that are designated for outreach for prospective
        adoption of foster children. (A.R.S. § 41-1291.01B4 and 5)

135.    Determine rental authorization after recommendation by the Speaker and President prior to the
        beginning of each fiscal year for each state department and each state agency using space under
        the jurisdiction of the Legislative Council or the Speaker of the House of Representatives or the
        President of the Senate for deposit in the Capital Outlay Stabilization Fund. This section does not
        apply to the Secretary of State if the space used pursuant to this section is primarily being used by
        the Arizona State Library, Archives and Public Records for the purposes prescribed by statute.
        (A.R.S. § 41-1304.06B&C as amended by Laws 2009, Chapter 114, Section 18)

*136.   NEW 11: THE ARIZONA COMMERCE AUTHORITY SHALL ASSESS AND COLLECT
        FEES FOR PROCESSING APPLICATIONS AND ADMINISTERING INCENTIVES. THE
        BOARD OF DIRECTORS OF THE ARIZONA COMMERCE AUTHORITY SHALL ADOPT
        THE MANNER OF COMPUTING THE AMOUNT OF EACH FEE TO BE ASSESSED.
        WITHIN 30 DAYS AFTER PROPOSING FEES FOR ADOPTION, THE CHIEF EXECUTIVE
        OFFICER SHALL SUBMIT A SCHEDULE OF THE FEES FOR REVIEW BY THE JLBC. IT
        IS THE INTENT OF THE LEGISLATURE THAT A FEE SHALL NOT EXCEED 1% OF THE
        AMOUNT OF THE INCENTIVE. (A.R.S. § 41-1504 as added by Laws 2011, 2nd Special
        Session, Chapter 1, Section 30)

*137.   Review the Memorandum of Understanding with the nonprofit corporation submitted by the
        Commerce and Economic Development Commission CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER [OF THE
        ARIZONA COMMERCE AUTHORITY] before expending any appropriated state monies
        [Arizona 21st Century Competitive Initiative Fund]. The initial submission shall include
        provisions that address how the nonprofit corporation accounts for the application and investment
        of monies pursuant to Subsection C of this section, the documentation of investments made in
        whole or in part through funding pursuant to this section and the preparation and filing of annual
        audits of the fund with the Auditor General. The initial submission shall also include
        performance measures to evaluate the effectiveness of the program and recommendations
        pertaining to prospective repayment to the fund by scientific, research, academic and medical
        institutions of a portion of the income derived from technology or intellectual property created or
        developed in whole or in part through funding pursuant to this section. The JLBC shall review

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        expenditures from the fund at least quarterly, including any changes to the Memorandum of
        Understanding, but may choose less frequent reviews. (A.R.S. § 41-1505.09E NOW: 41-
        1506.01E as added by Laws 2006, Chapter 334, Section 3. Laws 2011, 2nd Special Session,
        Chapter 1, Section 31 transfers and renumbers 41-1505.09 to 41-1506.01)

*138.   Approve the use of Monies in the Oil Overcharge Fund to be expended for grants and other
        purposes which THAT meet the applicable legal requirements imposed on their use.
        GOVERNOR’S ENERGY OFFICE TO ADMINISTER THE FUND. (A.R.S. § 41-1509C
        removed by Laws 1998, Chapter 241, Section 20. Laws 1999, Chapter 185, Section 10 repealed
        Laws 1998, which added back this requirement. Laws 2011, 2nd Special Session, Chapter 1,
        Section 19 transfers and renumbers 41-1509 to 41-110. Further amended by Laws 2011, Chapter
        83, Section 39)

*139.   On or before May 1 of each year, the Department of Commerce ARIZONA COMMERCE
        AUTHORITY shall report to the JLBC:
        1.     The quantity, measured by weight, of qualifying forest products reported by harvesters,
                by transporters and by processors in the preceding calendar year.
        2.     The number of new full-time employees hired in qualified employment positions in this
                state in the preceding calendar year and reported for tax credit purposes.
        3.     The total number of all full-time employees in qualified employment positions in this
                state in the preceding calendar year and reported for tax credit purposes. (A.R.S. § 41-
                1516I as amended by Laws 2011, 2nd Special Session, Chapter 1, Section 40)

140.    The Governor’s Council on Workforce Policy shall meet at least 4 times each year and shall
        submit a written annual report to the Governor, the President of the Senate, the Speaker of the
        House of Representatives and the JLBC by December 1 of each year. (Indicates what the report
        shall include.) (A.R.S. § 41-1542C as amended by Laws 2006, Chapter 331, Section 16 and
        amended by Laws 2009, 3rd Special Session, Chapter 9, Section 12) [Effective retroactively to
        June 30, 2006]

*141.   NEW 11: RECEIVE A REPORT FROM THE ARIZONA COMMERCE AUTHORITY, ON OR
        BEFORE NOVEMBER 1 OF EACH YEAR, ON GRANTS MADE FROM THE ARIZONA
        COMPETES FUND UNDER THIS ARTICLE IN THE PRECEDING FISCAL YEAR AND
        ALL PROJECTS CURRENTLY BEING FUNDED FROM THE ARIZONA COMPETES
        FUND. INDICATES WHAT THE REPORT SHALL INCLUDE. THE ARIZONA COMPETES
        PROGRAM ENDS ON JULY 1, 2016. (A.R.S. § 41-1545.04 and 41-1545.05 as added by Laws
        2011, 2nd Special Session, Chapter 1, Section 53)

Private Prisons/Criminal Justice
142.    On publication, review any request for proposals with regard to adult incarceration contracts as
        submitted by the Department of Corrections. (A.R.S. § 41-1609.01A as amended by Laws 1997,
        Chapter 128, Section 2)

143.    Review service and cost comparison of privatization for contractors who exclusively contract
        with the department submitted by the Director of the Department of Corrections. (A.R.S. § 41-
        1609.01M as amended by Laws 1999, Chapter 234, Section 7)

144.    During each year of operation of the Community Accountability Pilot Program, the contracting
        entity shall provide monthly reports to the Department of Corrections and the JLBC. (A.R.S. §
        41-1609.05I as added by Laws 2004, Chapter 204, Section 3, amended by Laws 2005, Chapter
        119, Section 1 and further amended by Laws 2007, Chapter 247, Section 7)


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*145.   NEW 11: RECEIVE AN EXPENDITURE PLAN FROM THE DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC
        SAFETY (DPS) FOR JLBC REVIEW BEFORE EXPENDING ANY MONIES NOT
        IDENTIFIED IN THE DEPARTMENT’S PREVIOUS EXPENDITURE PLANS FOR THE
        GANG AND IMMIGRATION INTELLIGENCE TEAM ENFORCEMENT MISSION
        (GIITEM) FUND. WITHIN 30 DAYS AFTER THE LAST DAY OF EACH CALENDAR
        QUARTER, DPS SHALL PROVIDE A SUMMARY OF QUARTERLY AND YEAR-TO-
        DATE EXPENDITURES AND PROGRESS TO THE JLBC, INCLUDING ANY PRIOR YEAR
        APPROPRIATIONS THAT WERE NONLAPSING. (A.R.S. § 41-1724G as amended by Laws
        2011, Chapter 33, Section 20 and amended by Laws 2011, Chapter 308, Section 10)

*146.   Receive a plan of proposed expenditures from the Drug and Gang Enforcement Account and the
        anticipated fiscal and operational impact of those expenditures on all state and local agencies
        before monies are expended as submitted by the Criminal Justice Commission. (A.R.S. § 41-
        2402C as amended by Laws 1997, Chapter 210 Section 34 and further amended by Laws 2011,
        Chapter 83, Section 41) [Effective from and after 6/30/99]

147.    By January 8, 2001 and by January 8 each year thereafter, the Arizona Criminal Justice
        Committee shall report to each County Board of Supervisors, the Governor, the Legislature, the
        JLBC, the Chief Justice of the Supreme Court and the Attorney General on the expenditures of
        the monies in the State Aid to County Attorneys Fund and the State Aid to Indigent Defense Fund
        for the prior fiscal year and on the progress made in achieving the goal of improved criminal case
        processing. (A.R.S. § 41-2409E as added by Laws 1999, Chapter 346, Section 10)

148.    The Director of the Department of Administration may enter into a public-private partnership
        contract where a vendor agrees to finance technology improvements in exchange for fees based
        on specific performance improvements such as a share of the state’s savings or revenue gain.
        Before the contract is awarded, the JLBC Staff shall be consulted with regarding to the potential
        fiscal impact of the contract to the state. If the JLBC Staff finds a significant negative fiscal
        impact to the state, the Staff shall report its findings to the Committee. (A.R.S. § 41-2559D as
        added by Laws 2000, Chapter 115, Section 2, amended by Laws 2004, Chapter 190, Section 5)
        Laws 2000, Chapter 316, Section 15 also adds this same requirement.

*149.   Receive a report from the Department of Juvenile Corrections (DJC) on or before August of each
        year, detailing all revenues and expenditures made from the DJC Restitution Fund during the
        most recent fiscal year. (A.R.S. § 41-2826F as added by Laws 2001, Chapter 302, Section 5,
        Laws 2007, Chapter 137, Section 5 and further amended by Laws 2011, Chapter 83, Section 42)

150.    Assist the Joint Legislative Audit Committee on sunset review of agencies. (A.R.S. § 41-2952.5)

*151.   As part of the powers and duties of the Arizona Public Safety Communications Advisory
        Commission, the Department of Public Safety (DPS) shall consult with the Director of the
        Government Information Technology Agency (GITA) DEPARTMENT OF ADMINISTRATION
        (ADOA) or the Director’s designee on an ongoing basis. ON OR BEFORE SEPTEMBER 30 OF
        EACH YEAR, the Director of GITA ADOA shall submit a quarterly report to the JLBC for
        review regarding expenditures and progress of the commission, including a review of staff
        operations and preparation of requests for proposals for system detail and concept work. The
        advisory commission terminates on July 1, 2014. (A.R.S. § 41-1830.42C as added by Laws
        2004, Chapter 281, Section 2; transferred and renumbered as A.R.S. § 41-3542C as amended by
        Laws 2011, Chapter 83, Section 43 and further amended by Laws 2011, Chapter 27, Section 53)
        Applies retroactively to from and after June 30, 2011



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152.    Receive a homeland security allocation and expenditure report from the Department of Homeland
        Security and the Department of Health Services on or before September 1 of each year. Indicates
        what the report is to include. (A.R.S. § 41-4255 as added by Laws 2006, Chapter 317)

*153.   STATE GOVERNMENT AND all local governments shall report to the Department of Revenue
        all incurred debt, including date of issue, purpose, original amount, current balance, interest paid
        to date and PRINCIPAL AND interest paid in the latest full fiscal year according to a schedule
        determined by the Department of Revenue. The Department of Revenue shall maintain an online
        accessible and searchable database and, subject to approval by the JLBC, may require additional
        information not listed in this section. (A.R.S. § 41-4604 as added by Laws 2010, Chapter 288,
        Section 2 and amended by Laws 2011, Chapter 130, Section 3)

154.    Before receiving any monies under this section, a qualifying Indian tribe shall enter into a
        compact with this state, signed by the Governor, to account for the use of monies distributed
        pursuant to this section [distribution of revenues for Indian Tribal Postsecondary Educational
        Institutions]. The compact shall be for a term of at least 10 years. After a hearing and review of
        the compact by the JLBC held during the last year of the compact’s term, a compact may be
        renewed for an additional term of up to 10 years. The compact shall also provide for audits by
        the Auditor General of the use of the monies. The Auditor General shall submit copies of each
        audit to the JLBC. (A.R.S. § 42-5031.01B1&3 as amended by Laws 2007, Chapter 265, Section
        10)

155.    Beginning from and after June 30, 2010, the amount deducted and retained under Subsection A of
        this section [withholding tax; rates] shall be prescribed by tables adopted by the Department of
        Revenue. On or before March 15, 2010, the Department of Revenue shall submit to the JLBC a
        copy of the table. (A.R.S. § 43-401D as amended by Laws 2009, Chapter 2, Section 3 and Laws
        2009, Chapter 167, Section 2) [Effective from and after December 31, 2009]

*156.   NEW 11: ANY WASTE TIRE COLLECTION SITE THAT IS ESTABLISHED AFTER THE
        EFFECTIVE DATE OF THIS AMENDMENT (JULY 20, 2011) TO THIS SECTION SHALL
        REGISTER WITH THE DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL QUALITY (ADEQ)
        BEFORE BEGINNING OPERATION AND SHALL PAY A REGISTRATION FEE. AFTER
        THE EFFECTIVE DATE OF THIS AMENDMENT TO THIS SECTION, THE DIRECTOR (OF
        ADEQ) SHALL ESTABLISH BY RULE A REGISTRATION FEE, INCLUDING A
        MAXIMUM FEE. AS PART OF THE RULE MAKING PROCESS, THERE MUST BE
        PUBLIC NOTICE AND COMMENT AND A REVIEW OF THE RULE BY THE JLBC.
        AFTER SEPTEMBER 30, 2013, THE DIRECTOR OF ADEQ SHALL NOT INCREASE THAT
        FEE BY RULE WITHOUT SPECIFIC STATUTORY AUTHORITY OF THE INCREASE.
        REGISTRATION FEES SHALL BE DEPOSITED IN THE SOLID WASTE FEE FUND.
        (A.R.S. § 44-1303B as amended by Laws 2011, Chapter 220, Section 1)

*157.   NEW 11: FOR ANY PERSON WHO STORES 100 OR MORE USED MOTOR VEHICLE
        TIRES OUTDOORS AFTER THE EFFECTIVE DATE OF THIS AMENDMENT TO THIS
        SECTION (JULY 20, 2011), THE OPERATOR SHALL PAY A REGISTRATION FEE.
        AFTER THE EFFECTIVE DATE OF THIS AMENDMENT TO THIS SECTION, THE
        DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL QUALITY (ADEQ) SHALL ESTABLISH BY RULE
        A REGISTRATION FEE, INCLUDING A MAXIMUM FEE. AS PART OF THE RULE
        MAKING PROCESS, THERE MUST BE PUBLIC NOTICE AND COMMENT AND A
        REVIEW OF THE RULE BY THE JLBC. AFTER SEPTEMBER 30, 2013, ADEQ SHALL
        NOT INCREASE THAT FEE BY RULE WITHOUT SPECIFIC STATUTORY AUTHORITY
        FOR THE INCREASE. REGISTRATION FEES SHALL BE DEPOSITED IN THE SOLID
        WASTE FEE FUND. (A.R.S. § 44-1304.01 as amended by Laws 2011, Chapter 220, Section 2)

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158.    For each year during which the Arizona Water Banking Authority (AWBA) is owed or receives
        monies pursuant to an interstate water banking agreement with the State of Nevada, or any
        agency or political subdivision of the State of Nevada, including the Southern Nevada Water
        Authority, the AWBA shall provide a full report to the JLBC that accounts for all of the monies
        received through the interstate water banking agreement and shall account for all disbursements
        made with those monies, including monies used to purchase or store water or otherwise fulfill
        contractual obligations with the State of Nevada under that agreement. The AWBA shall include
        in these reports any prepaid monies to the Central Arizona Project, any monies received under the
        agreement that are placed in an account with the State Treasurer and any contract that obligates
        the AWBA to pay or disburse these monies to any other entity, including the Central Arizona
        Project. The report shall be submitted on or before October 1 following the fiscal year for which
        the report is made. (A.R.S. § 45-2473A&B as amended by Laws 2009, 3rd Special Session,
        Chapter 5) [Repealed on June 30 of the fiscal year immediately following the last fiscal year in
        which the monies received under the Interstate Water Banking Agreement are used by the AWBA
        paying for contract obligation costs or by the Legislature appropriating monies received in
        excess of these costs, except that A.R.S. § 45-2473 shall not be repealed before June 30, 2020.]

Welfare Reform
159.   If a tribal government elects to operate a cash assistance program in compliance with the
       requirements of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, with the review of the
       JLBC, the state shall provide matching monies at a rate that is consistent with the applicable fiscal
       year budget and that is not more than the state matching rate for the AFDC program as it existed
       on 7/1/94. A.R.S. § 46-134A16 as amended by Laws 1998, Chapter 211, Section 3 and Chapter
       113, Section 54)

160.    The Department of Economic Security shall notify the JLBC if the total monies available for
        payment of assistance grants are not sufficient to meet the maximum amount for which each
        applicant or recipient is eligible by law. The Department of Economic Security shall notify the
        JLBC of the insufficiency of monies and shall make recommendations on how to overcome the
        insufficiency. The department shall make the adjustments determined by the JLBC. (A.R.S. § 46-
        207B)

161.    The Department of Economic Security may implement a waiting list or other cost-saving
        measures in the General Assistance program so that the total amount of state monies spent in any
        fiscal year on General Assistance does not exceed the amount appropriated or authorized by
        Section 35-173 for that purpose. DES shall notify the JLBC of any action taken pursuant to this
        subsection within 15 days of implementing that action. (A.R.S. § 46-231C)

162.    Receive an annual report of the Diversion from Long-term Assistance Program from the Director
        of the Department of Economic Security 90 days after the end of the fiscal year beginning with
        FY 2009. (Indicates what the report shall include) (A.R.S. § 46-298J as amended by Laws 1997,
        Chapter 300, Section 56 and Laws 2007, Chapter 120, Section 1)

163.    The Department of Economic Security shall report on December 31 and June 30 of each year to
        the JLBC the total number of families who applied for child care assistance and the total number
        of families who were denied assistance under this section because the parents, legal guardians or
        caretaker relatives who applied for assistance were not citizens or legal residents of the United
        States or were not otherwise lawfully present in the United States. (A.R.S. § 46-803M as
        amended by Laws 2006, SCR 1031, Section 6 and added by Proposition 300)




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*164.   Notwithstanding A.R.S. § 35-173, monies appropriated for the purposes of this section (Child
        Care Assistance) shall not be used for any other purpose without the approval of JLBC. (A.R.S. §
        46-803O as amended by Laws 2005, Chapter 328, Section 11, Laws 2006, SCR 1031, Section 6
        and further amended by Laws 2011, Chapter 83, Section 44)

165.    Receive child care report from the Department of Economic Security by October 1 of each year.
        (A.R.S. § 46-810 added by Laws 1997, Chapter 300, Section 63)

166.    Receive progress report from the district [Regional Attraction District] signed by the Chairperson
        of the Board of Directors within 3 weeks after the end of each calendar quarter of the activities of
        the district during the previous quarter. (A.R.S. § 48-6634A as added by Laws 2008, Chapter
        297, Section 2) Conditional Termination of District - A.R.S. § 48-6689 - The district terminates
        for all purposes as provided by A.R.S. § 48-6606, and this chapter is repealed if the board fails to
        issue any bonds under this article on or before December 31, 2015.

167.    At the request of the Chairperson of the JLBC, the Chairperson of the District Board of Directors
        [Regional Attraction District], or the Chairperson’s designee, shall appear before the JLBC
        annually to report on the activities and financial performance of the district during the previous
        year. (A.R.S. § 48-6634B as added by Laws 2008, Chapter 297, Section 2) Conditional
        Termination of District - A.R.S. § 48-6689 - The district terminates for all purposes as provided
        by A.R.S. § 48-6606, and this chapter is repealed if the board fails to issue any bonds under this
        article on or before December 31, 2015.

*168.   NEW 11: THE DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL QUALITY (ADEQ) SHALL
        PRESCRIBE REASONABLY NECESSARY RULES REGARDING EXCRETA STORAGE,
        HANDLING, TREATMENT, TRANSPORTATION AND DISPOSAL. THE RULES SHALL
        PROVIDE THAT VEHICLES TRANSPORTING HUMAN EXCRETA FROM PRIVIES,
        SEPTIC TANKS, CESSPOOLS AND OTHER TREATMENT PROCESSES SHALL BE
        LICENSED BY THE DEPARTMENT SUBJECT TO COMPLIANCE WITH THE RULES.
        ADEQ MAY REQUIRE PAYMENT OF A FEE AS A CONDITION OF LICENSURE. AFTER
        THE EFFECTIVE DATE OF THIS AMENDMENT TO THIS SECTION (JULY 20, 2011),
        ADEQ SHALL ESTABLISH BY RULE A FEE AS A CONDITION OF LICENSURE,
        INCLUDING A MAXIMUM FEE. AS PART OF THE RULE MAKING PROCESS, THERE
        MUST BE PUBLIC NOTICE AND COMMENT AND A REVIEW OF THE RULE BY THE
        JLBC. AFTER SEPTEMBER 30, 2013, ADEQ SHALL NOT INCREASE THAT FEE BY
        RULE WITHOUT SPECIFIC STATUTORY AUTHORITY FOR THE INCREASE. THE FEES
        SHALL BE DEPOSITED IN THE SOLID WASTE FEE FUND. (A.R.S. § 49-104B14(b) as
        amended by Laws 2011, Chapter 220, Section 3)

169.    Review any proposed modifications or amendments to the emission inspection contract submitted
        by the Department of Environmental Quality. (A.R.S. § 49-545G)

*170.   The Department of Environmental Quality is to report at the end of each calendar quarter on the
        status of the emissions inspection agreement contract process, discussions, development of the
        request for proposal, contract negotiations, and any other information as may be requested. [This
        applies for any contract that takes effect beginning on or after 1/1/02 and for which the contractor
        will be providing service.] (A.R.S. § 49-545H1 as added by Laws 1999, Chapter 298, Section 4,
        amended by Laws 2000, Chapter 404, Section 5 and further amended by Laws 2011, Chapter 83,
        Section 45)




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*171.   Review contract terms for the Emissions Inspection Agreement contract before placement of any
        advertisement that solicits a response to requests for proposal. [This applies for any contract that
        takes effect beginning on or after 1/1/02 and for which the contractor will be providing services.]
         (A.R.S. § 49-545H2 as amended by Laws 2000, Chapter 404, Section 5 and further amended by
        Laws 2011, Chapter 83, Section 45)

*172.   Review any proposed modification or amendment to the Emissions Inspection Agreement
        contract. [This applies for any contract that takes effect beginning on or after 1/1/02 and for
        which the contractor will be providing service.] (A.R.S. § 49-545H3 as added by Laws 1999,
        Chapter 298, Section H3, amended by Laws 2000, Chapter 404, Section 5 and further amended
        by Laws 2011, Chapter 83, Section 45)

*173.   NEW 11: AFTER THE EFFECTIVE DATE OF THIS AMENDMENT TO THIS SECTION
        (JULY 20, 2011), THE DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL QUALITY DIRECTOR
        SHALL ESTABLISH BY RULE FEES FOR GENERAL PERMITS PURSUANT TO THIS
        SECTION, INCLUDING MAXIMUM FEES. AS PART OF THE RULE MAKING PROCESS,
        THERE MUST BE PUBLIC NOTICE AND COMMENT AND A REVIEW OF THE RULE BY
        THE JLBC. AFTER SEPTEMBER 30, 2013, THE DIRECTOR SHALL NOT INCREASE
        THOSE FEES BY RULE WITHOUT SPECIFIC STATUTORY AUTHORITY FOR THE
        INCREASE. FEES COLLECTED SHALL BE DEPOSITED IN THE SOLID WASTE FEE
        FUND. (A.R.S. § 49-706B as added by Laws 2011, Chapter 220, Section 4)

*174.   NEW 11: ALL SOLID WASTE LANDFILLS SHALL BE REGISTERED ANNUALLY WITH
        THE DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL QUALITY (ADEQ). AT THE TIME OF
        REGISTRATION THE OWNER OF A SOLID WASTE LANDFILL SHALL PAY TO THE
        DEPARTMENT AN ANNUAL FEE. AFTER THE EFFECTIVE DATE OF THIS
        AMENDMENT TO THIS SECTION (JULY 20, 2011), ADEQ SHALL ESTABLISH BY RULE
        AN ANNUAL FEE, INCLUDING A MAXIMUM FEE. AS PART OF THE RULE MAKING
        PROCESS, THERE MUST BE PUBLIC NOTICE AND COMMENT AND A REVIEW OF
        THE RULE BY THE JLBC. AFTER SEPTEMBER 30, 2013, ADEQ SHALL NOT INCREASE
        THAT FEE BY RULE WITHOUT SPECIFIC STATUTORY AUTHORITY FOR THE
        INCREASE. (A.R.S. § 49-747C as amended by Laws 2011, Chapter 220, Section 5)

*175.   NEW 11: THE DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL QUALITY (ADEQ) MAY REQUIRE
        PAYMENT OF A FEE FOR THE LICENSURE OF A TRANSPORTER OF BIOHAZARDOUS
        MEDICAL WASTE. AFTER THE EFFECTIVE DATE OF THIS AMENDMENT TO THIS
        SECTION (JULY 20, 2011), ADEQ SHALL ESTABLISH BY A RULE A FEE FOR THE
        LICENSURE OF A TRANSPORTER OF BIOMEDICAL MEDICAL WASTE, INCLUDING A
        MAXIMUM FEE. AS PART OF THE RULE MAKING PROCESS, THERE MUST BE
        PUBLIC NOTICE AND COMMENT AND A REVIEW OF THE RULE BY THE JLBC.
        AFTER SEPTEMBER 30, 2013, ADEQ SHALL NOT INCREASE THAT FEE BY RULE
        WITHOUT SPECIFIC STATUTORY AUTHORITY FOR THE INCREASE. THE FEES
        SHALL BE DEPOSITED IN THE SOLID WASTE FEE FUND. (A.R.S. § 49-761D1 as
        amended by Laws 2011, Chapter 220, Section 6)

*176.   NEW 11: THE DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL QUALITY SHALL COLLECT
        FROM THE APPLICANT REASONABLE FEES ESTABLISHED BY THE DIRECTOR BY
        RULE FOR THE APPROVAL OF THE PLAN [SOLID WASTE FACILITY PLAN],
        INCLUDING COSTS FOR THE PROCESSING, REVIEW, APPROVAL OR DISAPPROVAL
        OF THE PLAN AFTER THE EFFECTIVE DATE OF THIS AMENDMENT TO THIS
        SECTION (JULY 20, 2011). THE DIRECTOR SHALL ESTABLISH BY RULE FEES FOR
        THE APPROVAL OF THE PLAN, INCLUDING COSTS FOR THE PROCESSING, REVIEW,
        APPROVAL OR DISAPPROVAL OF THE PLAN AND MAXIMUM FEES. AS PART OF
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        THE RULE MAKING PROCESS, THERE MUST BE PUBLIC NOTICE AND COMMENT
        AND A REVIEW OF THE RULE BY THE JLBC. AFTER SEPTEMBER 30, 2013, THE
        DIRECTOR SHALL NOT INCREASE THOSE FEES BY RULE WITHOUT SPECIFIC
        STATUTORY AUTHORITY FOR THE INCREASE. (A.R.S. § 49-762.03F as amended by
        Laws 2011, Chapter 220, Section 7)

*177.   NEW 11: THE DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL QUALITY (ADEQ) SHALL
        COLLECT FROM THE APPLICANT REGISTRATION FEES. AFTER THE EFFECTIVE
        DATE OF THIS AMENDMENT TO THIS SECTION (JULY 20, 2011), ADEQ SHALL
        ESTABLISH BY RULE REGISTRATION FEES, INCLUDING MAXIMUM FEES. AS PART
        OF THE RULE MAKING PROCESS, THERE MUST BE PUBLIC NOTICE AND COMMENT
        AND A REVIEW OF THE RULE BY THE JLBC. AFTER SEPTEMBER 30, 2013, ADEQ
        SHALL NOT INCREASE THOSE FEES BY RULE WITHOUT SPECIFIC STATUTORY
        AUTHORITY FOR THE INCREASE FEES COLLECTED PURSUANT TO THIS SECTION
        SHALL BE DEPOSITED IN THE SOLID WASTE FEE FUND. (A.R.S. § 49-762.05H as
        amended by Laws 2011, Chapter 220, Section 8)

*178.   NEW 11: ADDITIONAL ITEMS TO BE CONTAINED IN THE BEST MANAGEMENT
        PRACTICES SHALL INCLUDE AT LEAST A FEE FOR EACH TON OF SPECIAL WASTE
        THAT IS TRANSPORTED TO A FACILITY IN THIS STATE FOR TREATMENT,
        STORAGE OR DISPOSAL. AFTER THE EFFECTIVE DATE OF THIS AMENDMENT TO
        THIS SECTION (JULY 20, 2011), THE DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL QUALITY
        (ADEQ) SHALL ESTABLISH BY RULE A FEE FOR EACH TON OF SPECIAL WASTE
        THAT IS TRANSPORTED TO A FACILITY IN THIS STATE FOR TREATMENT,
        STORAGE OR DISPOSAL, INCLUDING A MAXIMUM FEE. AS PART OF THE RULE
        MAKING PROCESS, THERE MUST BE PUBLIC NOTICE AND COMMENT AND A
        REVIEW OF THE RULE BY THE JLBC. AFTER SEPTEMBER 30, 2013, ADEQ SHALL
        NOT INCREASE THAT FEE BY RULE WITHOUT SPECIFIC STATUTORY AUTHORITY
        FOR THE INCREASE. THE FEES SHALL BE DEPOSITED IN THE SOLID WASTE FEE
        FUND. (A.R.S. § 49-855C2 as amended by Laws 2011, Chapter 220, Section 10)

*179.   NEW 11: THE DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL QUALITY (ADEQ) SHALL
        REQUIRE A PERMIT FOR A HAZARDOUS WASTE TREATMENT, STORAGE OR
        DISPOSAL FACILITY INCLUDING THE MODIFICATION AND TERMINATION OF
        PERMITS, THE AUTHORITY TO CONTINUE ACTIVITIES AND PERMITS EXISTING ON
        JULY 27, 1983 CONSISTENT WITH THE FEDERAL HAZARDOUS WASTE
        REGULATIONS, AND THE PAYMENT OF REASONABLE FEES. THE DIRECTOR
        SHALL ESTABLISH AND COLLECT REASONABLE FEES FROM THE APPLICANT TO
        COVER THE COST OF ADMINISTRATIVE SERVICES AND OTHER EXPENSES
        ASSOCIATED WITH EVALUATING THE APPLICATION AND ISSUING OR DENYING
        THE PERMIT. AFTER THE EFFECTIVE DATE OF THIS AMENDMENT TO THIS
        SECTION (JULY 20, 2011), THE DIRECTOR SHALL ESTABLISH BY RULE AN
        APPLICATION FEE TO COVER THE COST OF ADMINISTRATIVE SERVICES AND
        OTHER EXPENSES ASSOCIATED WITH EVALUATING THE APPLICATION AND
        ISSUING OR DENYING THE PERMIT, INCLUDING A MAXIMUM FEE. AS PART OF
        THE RULE MAKING PROCESS, THERE MUST BE PUBLIC NOTICE AND COMMENT
        AND A REVIEW OF THE RULE BY THE JLBC. AFTER SEPTEMBER 30, 2013, THE
        DIRECTOR SHALL NOT INCREASE THAT FEE BY RULE WITHOUT SPECIFIC
        STATUTORY AUTHORITY BY THE INCREASE. THE FEES SHALL BE DEPOSITED IN
        THE HAZARDOUS WASTE MANAGEMENT FUND. (A.R.S. § 49-922B5 as amended by
        Laws 2011, Chapter 220, Section 12)


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*180.   NEW 11: A PERSON WHO GENERATES HAZARDOUS WASTE THAT IS SHIPPED OFF
        SITE SHALL PAY A FEE FOR EACH TON OF WASTE GENERATED. AFTER THE
        EFFECTIVE DATE OF THIS AMENDMENT TO THIS SECTION (JULY 20, 2011), THE
        DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL QUALITY (ADEQ) SHALL ESTABLISH BY RULE
        A FEE FOR THE GENERATION OF HAZARDOUS WASTE THAT IS SHIPPED OFFS SITE,
        INCLUDING A MAXIMUM FEE. AS PART OF THE RULE MAKING PROCESS, THERE
        MUST BE PUBLIC NOTICE AND COMMENT AND A REVIEW OF THE RULE BY THE
        JLBC. AFTER SEPTEMBER 30, 2013, ADEQ SHALL NOT INCREASE THAT FEE BY
        RULE WITHOUT SPECIFIC STATUTORY AUTHORITY FOR THE INCREASE. (A.R.S. §
        49-931A1 as amended by Laws 2011, Chapter 220, Section 13)

*181.   NEW 11: AN OWNER OR OPERATOR OF A FACILITY THAT DISPOSES OF
        HAZARDOUS WASTE SHALL PAY A FEE FOR EACH TON OF WASTE DISPOSED.
        AFTER THE EFFECTIVE DATE OF THIS AMENDMENT TO THIS SECTION (JULY 20,
        2011), THE DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL QUALITY (ADEQ) SHALL
        ESTABLISH BY RULE A FEE FOR AN OWNER OR OPERATOR OF A FACILITY THAT
        DISPOSES OF HAZARDOUS WASTE, INCLUDING A MAXIMUM FEE. AS PART OF THE
        RULE MAKING PROCESS, THERE MUST BE PUBLIC NOTICE AND COMMENT AND A
        REVIEW OF THE RULE BY THE JLBC. AFTER SEPTEMBER 30, 2013, ADEQ SHALL
        NOT INCREASE THAT FEE BY RULE WITHOUT SPECIFIC STATUTORY AUTHORITY
        FOR THE INCREASE. (A.R.S. § 49-931A2 as amended by Laws 2011, Chapter 220, Section
        13)

*182.   NEW 11: ANY PERSON WHO GENERATES HAZARDOUS WASTE THAT IS RETAINED
        ON SITE FOR DISPOSAL OR THAT IS SHIPPED OFF SITE FOR DISPOSAL TO A
        FACILITY THAT IS OWNED OR OPERATED BY THAT GENERATOR SHALL PAY A FEE
        FOR EACH TON OF HAZARDOUS WASTE DELIVERED TO THE DISPOSAL FACILITY.
        AFTER THE EFFECTIVE DATE OF THIS AMENDMENT TO THIS SECTION (JULY 20,
        2011), THE DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL QUALITY (ADEQ) SHALL
        ESTABLISH BY RULE A FEE FOR EACH TON OF HAZARDOUS WASTE DELIVERED
        TO THE DISPOSAL FACILITY, INCLUDING A MAXIMUM FEE. AS PART OF THE RULE
        MAKING PROCESS, THERE MUST BE PUBLIC NOTICE AND COMMENT AND A
        REVIEW OF THE RULE BY THE JLBC. AFTER SEPTEMBER 30, 2013, ADEQ SHALL
        NOT INCREASE THAT FEE BY RULE WITHOUT SPECIFIC STATUTORY AUTHORITY
        FOR THE INCREASE. (A.R.S. § 49-931A3 as amended by Laws 2011, Chapter 220, Section
        13)

Session Laws
183.    Review all monies appropriated under Section 41-3301 to the Arizona Department of
        Transportation and the Arizona Military Airport Preservation Committee before they are
        expended to assist in land acquisition and clearance and in roadway relocation to provide for
        extension of the Davis-Monthan Air Force Base Runway. (Laws 1995, Chapter 62, Section 9H,
        as amended by Laws 1996, Chapter 338, Section 4 and further amended by Laws 1997, Chapter
        28, Section 1)

184.    Prior to expenditure of monies pertaining to the location and relay of cellular phone calls, the
        Department of Administration is to submit an expenditure plan report on the Emergency
        Telecommunication Services Revolving Fund for review. (Laws 1998, 4th Special Session,
        Chapter 6, Section 5) [Not one-time]




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185.    Review Grand Canyon National Park Airport lease submitted by the Arizona Department of
        Transportation not more than 30 days before it intends to execute the lease. (Laws 2000, Chapter
        99, Section 11A as amended by Laws 2001, Chapter 99) Emergency
186.    The Department of Health Services is to report on its monthly expenditures for the AIDS Drug
        Assistance Program (ADAP) from the Health Crisis Fund. (Executive Order 97-10 and 98-3)

187.    The Arizona Board of Regents shall submit for review to the JLBC any significant material
        changes to the operational plan for the Phoenix Medical Campus as last reviewed by the JLBC.
        ABOR shall submit for review to the JCCR any significant material changes to the capital plan
        for the Phoenix Medical Campus as last reviewed by the JLBC or the JCCR review. (Laws 2005,
        Chapter 330, Section 13I)

*188.   The sum of $2,000,000 ($1,500,000 reverts to the state General Fund on the effective date of this
        section) is appropriated from the state General Fund in FY 2007 to the Office of Tourism for
        distribution to the City of Yuma to establish an Arizona Welcome Center provided that the Office
        of Tourism determines and informs the JLBC that:
        1.       All plans for the center are delivered to the City of Yuma.
        2.       The City of Yuma receives ownership of the property or the property is conveyed by
                 license to the city of Yuma.
        (As added by Laws 2006, Chapter 335, Section 1 and amended by Laws 2007, Chapter 257,
        Section 1 and further amended by Laws 2008, Chapter 53, Section 15)

189.    Review expenditure plan and project timeline submitted by the Department of Public Safety
        before the expenditure of any monies appropriated for the microwave communications system
        upgrade. The submission shall include the results of the Project Investment Justification approval
        by the Information Technology Authorization Committee. (As added by Laws 2006, Chapter
        345, Section 7, amended by Laws 2008, Chapter 53, Section 29, amended by Laws 2009, 1st
        Special Session, Chapter 2, Section 1 and further amended by Laws 2009, Chapter 12, Section 2)

*190.   The Government Information Technology Agency (GITA) shall execute a contract for the State
        Web Portal that takes effect contingent on review by the JLBC. GITA shall submit the fiscal
        provisions of the contract, including a list of services and their associated fees and fee sharing
        arrangements, for the review by the JLBC. (As added by Laws 2007, Chapter 259, Section 18)
        [Effective retroactively to from and after June 30, 2007]

191.    Receive an annual report not later than December 31 of each year from the School Facilities
        Board that shows projects entered into by school districts pursuant to A.R.S. § 15-213.01 and 15-
        910.02. Indicates what the report is to include. (As added by Laws 2009, Chapter 101, Section
        12) [Repealed effective from and after June 30, 2013]

*192    Before October 1, 2009, the State Department of Corrections shall issue a request for information
        for the privatization of all correctional health services, including all medical and dental services,
        that are provided in a state-owned and operated facility. Before publication, the request for
        information shall be submitted for review to the JLBC. (As added by Laws 2009, 3rd Special
        Session, Chapter 6, Section 26 and amended by Laws 2011, Chapter 278, Section 1) [Effective
        retroactively to from and after September 30, 2009]

*193    The State Department of Corrections shall issue a request for proposals to privatize all
        correctional health services that are provided in a state-owned and operated facility. The
        department shall award a contract to a private provider of correctional health services that will
        provide such services, including all medical and dental services, at a cost below the FY 2008 total
        cost to the state for such services. Not later than January 1, 2010, and before issuance, the
        request for proposals shall be submitted for review to the JLBC. The State Department of
        Corrections shall award a contract by May 1, 2010. (As added by Laws 2009, 3rd Special
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        Session, Chapter 6, Section 26 and amended by Laws 2011, Chapter 278, Section 1) [Effective
        retroactively to from and after September 30, 2009]
194     The State Department of Corrections shall issue a request for proposals and contract for 5,000
        private prison beds in this state at new or existing private prisons or at expansions of existing
        private prisons in this state. Not later than November 1, 2009, and before issuance, the proposed
        request for proposals shall be submitted for review to the JLBC. All contracts shall be awarded
        by June 30, 2010. Each calendar quarter, until all new beds are occupied, the Department of
        Corrections shall submit a report to the JLBC on the status of the beds. (As added by Laws 2009,
        3rd Special Session, Chapter 6, Section 37)

195     The Department of Administration shall annually quantify the savings realized from each state
        agency using the performance management software. The Department of Administration shall
        submit a report of the savings by agency and program to the JLBC and the Joint Legislative Audit
        Committee on or before July 1 each year. (As added by Laws 2009, 3rd Special Session, Chapter
        7, Section 36) [Repealed from and after December 31, 2016)

*196    The Governor’s Office of Economic Recovery shall provide a report to the JLBC on or before
        October 1, 2010 outlining each state agency’s receipt of monies from the American Recovery and
        Reinvestment Act of 2009 (P.L. 111-5) in FY 2010 and FY 2011. The Governor’s Office of
        Economic Recovery may meet these requirements by notifying the JLBC that its report has been
        posted to the Governor’s Office of Economic Recovery website, if the information provided
        through the website meets all of the requirements prescribed in Subsection B. (As added by Laws
        2010, 7th Special Session, Chapter 3, Section 6A & C)

*197    Notwithstanding any other law, in FY 2011 the provisions relating to supplanting of state monies
        contained in A.R.S. § 12-102.02E, A.R.S. § 12-102.03D, A.R.S. § 12-135D, A.R.S. § 12-
        135.01D, A.R.S. § 12-267D, A.R.S. § 12-268D and A.R.S. § 12-299.01C, are suspended.
        Receive a report from the Supreme Court identifying any decrease in county funding related to
        the suspended provisions, including the reasons for the decrease. (As added by Laws 2010, 7th
        Special Session, Chapter 6, Section 30)

*198    The Director of the Department of Agriculture may increase or decrease fees in FY 2011 for
        services provided in FY 2011. The additional revenue generated by the fee increases shall not
        exceed $561,000 and that a specific fee plan be developed for legislative consideration by April
        1, 2010. (As added by Laws 2010, 7th Special Session, Chapter 7, Section 4 and amended by
        Laws 2010, Chapter 290, Section 1)

*199    The Director of the Department of Environmental Quality and Department of Water Resources
        may increase fees in FY 2011 for services in FY 2011. The additional revenue generated by the
        fee increases shall not exceed $5,779,100 for the Department of Environmental Quality and
        $5,662,900 for the Department of Water Resources and that a specific fee plan be developed for
        legislative consideration by April 1, 2010. (As added by Laws 2010, 7th Special Session, Chapter
        7, Section 5 and amended by Laws 2010, Chapter 290, Section 2)

*200.   Notwithstanding A.R.S. § 46-803, for FY 2011, the Department of Economic Security may
        reduce maximum income eligibility levels for child care assistance in order to manage within
        appropriated and available monies. The Department of Economic Security shall notify the JLBC
        of any change in maximum income eligibility levels for child care within 15 days after
        implementing the change. (As added by Laws 2010, 7th Special Session, Chapter 11, Section 10)




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*201.   In addition to any other appropriations made in FY 2011, all water quality permit administration
        revenues received by the Department of Environmental Quality in FY 2011 are appropriated to
        the department. Before the expenditure of water quality permit administration receipts, the
        Department of Environmental Quality shall report the intended use of the monies to the JLBC.
        (As added by Laws 2010, Chapter 265, Section 10)

*202.   NEW 11: IN FY 2013, THE LEGISLATURE SHALL REIMBURSE BY APPROPRIATION
        THE COSTS INCURRED IN 2012 BY COUNTY ASSESSORS IN RECLASSIFYING
        RESIDENTIAL PROPERTY AS CLASS 4 AS PROVIDED BY THIS ACT. THE
        DEPARTMENT OF REVENUE SHALL PRESCRIBE THE RECORD KEEPING AND
        REPORTING REQUIREMENTS TO ESTABLISH THE PAYMENT AMOUNTS FOR EACH
        COUNTY ASSESSOR. EACH COUNTY ASSESSOR MUST REPORT THE COSTS
        INCURRED TO THE GOVERNOR’S OFFICE OF STRATEGIC PLANNING AND
        BUDGETING, TO THE JLBC AND TO THE DEPARTMENT OF REVENUE FOR
        INCLUSION, AFTER VERIFICATION, IN THE 2013 GENERAL FUND BUDGET. (As
        added by Laws 2011, 2nd Special Session, Chapter 1, Section 135)

*203.   NEW 11: AHCCCS SHALL ISSUE A REQUEST FOR INFORMATION ON OR BEFORE
        AUGUST 1, 2011 FOR MECHANISMS TO REDUCE ERRONEOUS AND FRAUDULENT
        PAYMENTS IN AHCCCS, WHICH MAY INCLUDE MECHANISMS THAT VERIFY THE
        IDENTITY OF INDIVIDUAL RECIPIENTS AND THAT VERIFY THE SERVICES
        PROVIDED TO INDIVIDUAL RECIPIENTS. THE RESPONSES TO THE REQUEST FOR
        INFORMATION MAY ADDRESS EITHER REDUCING INCORRECT PAYMENTS DUE TO
        ACTIONS OF THE INDIVIDUAL RECIPIENT OR THE HEALTH CARE PROVIDER.
        BASED ON INFORMATION RECEIVED UNDER THIS SUBSECTION, AHCCCS
        ADMINISTRATION SHALL ISSUE REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS NO LATER THAN
        OCTOBER 1, 2011. THE REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS SHALL BE REVIEWED BY THE
        JLBC BEFORE IT IS ISSUED. (As added by Laws 2011, Chapter 31, Section 25)

*204.   NEW 11: NOTWITHSTANDING A.R.S. § 46-803, FOR FY 2012, THE DEPARTMENT OF
        ECONOMIC SECURITY MAY REDUCE MAXIMUM INCOME ELIGIBILITY LEVELS FOR
        CHILD CARE ASSISTANCE IN ORDER TO MANAGE WITHIN APPROPRIATED AND
        AVAILABLE MONIES. THE DEPARTMENT OF ECONOMIC SECURITY SHALL NOTIFY
        THE JLBC OF ANY CHANGE IN MAXIMUM INCOME ELIGIBILITY LEVELS FOR
        CHILD CARE WITHIN 15 DAYS AFTER IMPLEMENTING THE CHANGE. (As added by
        Laws 2011, Chapter 32, Section 2)

*205.   NEW 11: NOTWITHSTANDING ANY OTHER LAW, IN FY 2012 THE PROVISIONS
        RELATING TO SUPPLANTING OF STATE MONIES CONTAINED IN A.R.S. §§ 12-
        102.02E, 12-102.03D, 12-135D, 12-135.01D, 12-267D, 12-268D AND 12-299.01 ARE
        SUSPENDED. RECEIVE A REPORT FROM THE SUPREME COURT IDENTIFYING ANY
        DECREASE IN COUNTY FUNDING RELATED TO THE SUSPENDED PROVISIONS,
        INCLUDING THE REASONS FOR THE DECREASE. (Added by Laws 2011, Chapter 33,
        Section 25)

*206.   NEW 11: RECEIVE A PROPOSED SCHEDULE OF CHARGES TO THE COUNTIES FOR
        INCARCERATION COSTS IN REIMBURSEMENT AGREEMENTS PURSUANT TO A.R.S.
        § 41-1610.02, AS ADDED BY THIS ACT, AND SECTION 28 OF THIS ACT FROM THE
        STATE DEPARTMENT OF CORRECTIONS ON OR BEFORE DECEMBER 31, 2011.
        (Added by Laws 2011, Chapter 33, Section 29A)



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*207.   NEW 11: THE STATE DEPARTMENT OF CORRECTIONS (ADC) SHALL PRESENT ITS
        PLAN ON STATE-OPERATED PRISON BEDS TO THE JLBC FOR ITS REVIEW ON OR
        BEFORE MARCH 1, 2012. IF THERE IS A SUFFICIENT NUMBER OF PERSONS
        CONVICTED AS OUTLINED IN SUBSECTION A OF THIS SECTION WHO ARE
        INCARCERATED IN JAILS, ADC SHALL BEGIN CLOSING STATE-OPERATED PRISON
        BEDS BY NO LATER THAN JULY 1, 2012. THE PLAN SHALL BE BASED ON HOW
        MANY PERSONS CONVICTED AS OUTLINED IN SUBSECTION A OF THIS SECTION
        WILL BE INCARCERATED IN JAILS. THE PLAN ALSO SHALL INCLUDE AN
        ESTIMATE OF BED CLOSURE SAVINGS IN FY 2013 ALONG WITH AN ESTIMATE OF
        MARGINAL COST SAVINGS TO THE DEPARTMENT ASSOCIATED WITH COUNTIES
        INCARCERATING PERSONS CONVICTED AS OUTLINED IN SUBSECTION A OF THIS
        SECTION IN FY 2013. (As added by Laws 2011, Chapter 33, Section 29B)

*208.   NEW 11: A PUBLIC SCHOOL MAY USE UP TO 50% OF THE UNENCUMBERED
        CONTRIBUTIONS IT RECEIVED IN ANY PREVIOUS FISCAL YEAR PURSUANT TO
        A.R.S. § 43-1089.01 [UNENCUMBERED EXTRACURRICULAR TAX CREDIT MONIES],
        FOR SHORT-TERM CAPITAL ITEMS SUCH AS TECHNOLOGY, TEXTBOOKS, LIBRARY
        RESOURCES, INSTRUCTIONAL AIDS, PUPIL TRANSPORTATION VEHICLES,
        FURNITURE AND EQUIPMENT IN FY 2012 AND FY 2013. THIS SECTION DOES NOT
        APPLY TO CONTRIBUTIONS RECEIVED AFTER TAX YEAR 2010. A PUBLIC SCHOOL
        THAT USES UNENCUMBERED CONTRIBUTIONS FOR SHORT-TERM CAPITAL ITEMS
        SHALL REPORT THESE EXPENDITURES TO THE JLBC AT THE END OF EACH FISCAL
        YEAR. (As added by Laws 2011, Chapter 195, Section 4)

*209.   NEW 11: THE STATE DEPARTMENT OF CORRECTIONS (ADC) SHALL ISSUE A
        REQUEST FOR INFORMATION (RFI) FOR THE PRIVATIZATION OF ALL
        CORRECTIONAL HEALTH SERVICES, INCLUDING ALL MEDICAL AND DENTAL
        SERVICES, THAT ARE PROVIDED IN A STATE-OWNED AND OPERATED FACILITY.
        ALL RESPONSES SHALL BE SUBMITTED TO THE DEPARTMENT WITHIN 30 DAYS
        AFTER RFI IS ISSUED. ADC SHALL INFORM THE JLBC IN EXECUTIVE SESSION OF
        ANY INFORMATION SUBMITTED.

        WITHIN 90 DAYS AFTER THE JLBC HAS REVIEWED THE INFORMATION PURSUANT
        TO SUBSECTION A, [REQUEST FOR INFORMATION FOR THE PRIVATIZATION OF
        ALL CORRECTIONAL HEALTH SERVICES] AND THE JLBC HAS PROVIDED FINAL
        INSTRUCTIONS, ADC SHALL ISSUE A REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS TO PRIVATIZE
        ALL CORRECTIONAL HEALTH SERVICES THAT ARE PROVIDED IN A STATE-OWNED
        AND OPERATED FACILITY.
        (As added by Laws 2011, Chapter 278, Section 2A&B Emergency)

*210.   NEW 11: THE SUM OF $1,000,000 IS APPROPRIATED FROM THE GENERAL FUND IN
        FY 2012 TO THE DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC SAFETY (DPS) TO BE USED TO ENTER
        INTO A MEMORANDUM OF UNDERSTANDING WITH A COUNTY WITH A
        POPULATION OF MORE THAN 300,000 BUT LESS THAN 500,000 PERSONS TO
        PURCHASE EQUIPMENT AND SUPPLIES FOR DEPUTIES IN THE COUNTY FOR
        BORDER SECURITY. ON OR BEFORE JUNE 30, 2012, DPS SHALL REPORT TO THE
        JLBC REGARDING THE USE OF THESE MONIES. (As added by Laws 2011, Chapter 308,
        Section 13A)




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*211.    NEW 11: ON OR BEFORE JUNE 30, 2012, THE DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC SAFETY
         SHALL REPORT TO THE JLBC REGARDING THE USE OF THE GANG AND
         IMMIGRATION INTELLIGENCE TEAM ENFORCEMENT MISSION (GIITEM) BORDER
         SECURITY AND LAW ENFORCEMENT SUBACCOUNT MONIES. (As added by Laws
         2011, Chapter 308, Section 13B)




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